Sibley Library will re-open on Monday, May 9th after undergoing a major renovation. The library at 1539 South Cobb Drive in Marietta has been transformed with the reconfiguration of library space to improve the delivery of technology training, adult education and workforce development resources.
The project includes the installation of new electrical and computer cable systems, interior and exterior lighting, ceiling, customer service desk and an enclosure for a computer and literacy training area. The renovation work is continuing, but the library will remain open as the project is completed.
Serving the Fair Oaks area of Marietta near the western side of Dobbins Air Reserve Base since 1967, the library has long been a center for people seeking assistance with job searches and workforce skills training. Sibley Library will continue to have library materials for children and adults as well as offer programs for all ages. The 2900-square-foot library is near the Cobb Adult Education Center, which provides training and test preparation services.
Hours of operation the Sibley Library are Monday through Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. The library is closed Thursday through Friday and Sunday. For more information, call the Sibley Library at (770) 528-2520.