Look how we have grown!


To celebrate the 5th anniversary of the opening of Concord Library on Flavelle Street, the library is featuring an exhibition of the pictorial history of Concord Library.

The exhibition traces the history of the current site which was formerly Concord Council Chambers and still earlier the site of Wellbank house, home of the Flavelle family. It also takes a nostalgic look at the earlier libraries on Concord Road and Bent Street, Concord. The John Mendel Memorial Library on Concord Road was opened in 1968 and named after a former Town Clerk of Concord who was a great supporter of a free library service for residents. The Concord Branch Library at Bent Street opened in 1975.

The photograph shows a storytelling session at Concord in 1970. Storytelling remains one of the library’s most popular activities.

The exhibition is currently on display until 12 May 2013.

Posted on April 17, 2013, in Concord and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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