After a year-long extension and renovation of the Mudgee Town Hall building will finally come to an end this week as the Governor of NSW, Marie Bashir, will officially re-open the Mudgee Library and Town Hall Theatre this Thursday the 11th of April. Our team at Professionals Mudgee Real Estate can’t wait to see the unveiling of the brand new facilities, and get involved in the three days of celebratory events that will follow.
- The ribbon will be snipped at 12noon on Thursday, beginning the celebrations, with tours of the fantastic new building to follow at 2 and 4pm.
- On Friday the library will open at 10am, and host a series of exciting events, from the first ‘Born to Read’ session for parents and their 6 month-2 year olds, to the opening of the youth room at 4.30pm and a youth trivia night at 7.30pm in the Town Hall Theatre.
- The building will open on Saturday at 9.30am. There will be a series of cartooning workshops, storytelling and craft activities, and more library tours for those wanting to better get to know their new centre.
Further to the exciting events being planned, the facilities themselves are well worth visiting. There will be an expanded area for people to access computers, a new children’s reading area, additional study and meeting rooms, and a designated ‘teenagers’ area on the top floor. A state-of-the-art sound system, digital film projector and drop-down screen will mean we can all now head to the Mudgee Town Hall Theatre to see all the latest new releases. The rejuvenated theatre will now no doubt be more comfortable and enjoyable for audiences as well as the performers.
The book and equipment are moving in as this blog goes to print, and staff are busily preparing for the crowds who will no doubt be on their doorstep this weekend. If you’re able to attend the opening on Thursday we encourage all Mudgee residents to come along and support the opening of this wonderful addition to our region. Otherwise, be sure to get involved in all the excitement of the weekend’s events.
Are you looking forward to the unveiling of the new Mudgee Library and Town Hall Theatre?