Camarillo : Pages turn as popular library marks 10 years in city

From The Camarillo Corn

” A pirate ship sprouts from the floor of Camarillo Public Library’s Discovery Zone, where moms and toddlers peruse picture books on a spongy mat that simulates the motion of ocean waves.Just around the corner in a separate study area for older kids, natural light streams in through tall windows. On each side of the room, blue plaster pillars created by tile muralist Joe Beserra leap up like waves toward the vaulted ceiling.“I just love this part of the library,” Library Director Jo Rolfe said, pointing out the room’s calming atmosphere. “Even the acoustics are different in here.” Over the past decade, the Camarillo Public Library has become a popular destination for locals and out-of-towners alike. At left, Camarillo Library Director Jo Rolfe talks about the future of the library and plans for its 10-year-anniversary celebration in April. TURNING 10—Over the past decade, the Camarillo Public Library has become a popular destination for locals and out-of-towners alike. At left, Camarillo Library Director Jo Rolfe talks about the future of the library and plans for its 10-year-anniversary celebration in April. When Glendale-based Charles Walton Associates was designing the $27-million library in 2001, architects incorporated ideas that came directly from Camarillo residents.”

http://www.thecamarilloacorn.com/news/2017-01-20/Neighbors/Pages_turn_as_popular_library_marks_10_years_in_ci.html

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