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Louisville Free Public Library Newburg Branch
4800 Exeter Ave
Louisville, KY 40218
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venue type: Community Center
venue style: Modern
catering: None Provided - None Allowed
max venue capacity: 93
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Venue Description

The Library's mission is to provide the people of Louisville and Jefferson County with the broadest possible access to knowledge, ideas, and information, and to support them in their pursuit of learning.

The 8300-square foot Newburg Library is education driven. With a high school, two middle schools and three elementary schools nearby, the focus is on study space, books, and computers to help children and teens succeed in school. It is outfitted with the latest technology for computers, internet access and media production.  The children’s area is filled with plenty of books. Every day, parents and grandparents are reading to children in the rocking chairs or comfortable window seats. A teen area, study tables, study room, and space for tutoring make the library the perfect place for students to do their homework.

About the Newburg Library

The Newburg Library is for everyone. With more than 30 touch screen computers available for adults, teens, and children, a comfortable corner to sit quietly and read, and a versatile multi-purpose room, the library is ready to serve individuals and groups alike.

Touch screen computers, self-check-out, lights that automatically adjust to save energy—these are just a sampling of the new technologies and eco-friendly features you'll find at the Newburg Library.

As part of the Library Foundation’s half-million-dollar investment in Newburg, widescreen computers with “Touch-smart” technology are the standard. In addition, a “multi-touch” computer is available for educational programs, creative play, and interactive learning. This is a sample of the innovative technology that drives the Newburg Library.

You can quickly and easily check out your own materials, including multimedia items like books on CD and DVDs with self-service check out.  Also, from the self-service kiosk you can manage your library account and pay any fines or fees using a credit card.

Librarians use an ultra-portable tablet PC with a built-in barcode scanner that is connected wirelessly, allowing them to assist patrons with information from anywhere in the building.

There are no fees charged for meeting room use.  



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