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Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Rochester Public Library
If you are trying to lure your children into a reading adventure, then head them on over to the Rochester Public Library. They have so many inviting corners to crash with a book with views of painted walls, sculpture gardens or aquarium tanks. We are not surprised to hear that the building has won awards for its design. Although there has been a library for some 80 years in Rochester, this most recent one was built in 1992 backing up to Paint Creek. They serve 8000 people a week and more than a million items are checked out each year.