Sunday, May 18, 2008

Cherry Hill Library, Cherry Hill

If you're looking for the right way to build a library for the people, it's time you stop by the Cherry Hill Public Library at 1100 N. Kings Highway.

This library is most impressive in design and functionality. Sure, it's got plenty of books, as one would hope. But it also offers plenty of space to roam around, get comfortable, and lose yourself in your reading material, not to mention, meet up with friends or co-workers.

Opened just a few years ago, perhaps 2005 or so, this building also offers several conference rooms that are great to use for meetings, seminars, classes, and other such event space rental purposes. It's not easy to find good places to rent rooms in the South Jersey area, but the Library offers ample space, a projector, and a comfortable set up. The Library also has a sizable computer lab, a coffee shop, free Wi-Fi access, and e-book availability. Catered food is avaialble from Aramark (Cherry Hill's exclusive caterer for schools and other municipal buildings), and they do offer kosher food if needed. Pretty much everything you'd expect, and more, from a local library.

The next time you're cruising along Kings Highway in Cherry Hill, check out the Cherry Hill Library and take a book break. You can become a member as long as you live or work in Cherry Hill Township.

To contact the Library, get out your phone and call 856-667-0300 or click to visit the Cherry Hill Library's website. You might just learn something... enjoy your visit!

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