Port Orford's New Library - I'll visit in 2 weeks
This is such great news - tiny town of Port Orford on the Oregon coast has finished its library. Last summer we saw the start of excavation. There had just been a ground-breaking. And less than one year later - according to Margie Boule's article in the July 10 Oregonian - the library is finished and entirely funded by fundraisers and not a penny in the bond measure. We are planning to retire to Port Orford in a few years, so this is great news. If I knew how to put an arrow on a picture I could show just where this new library is. At the top is what it looks like!
Beach scene from I Love Oregon
Aerial from PortOrford.Org
Library image from Port Orford Library Home page
Labels: Oregon Coast Libraries