Thursday, November 29, 2007

Strategy for a Stalwart

The crew at Trampoline is primed to create a message and design support materials for the final phase of the Crandall Public Library's capital campaign. The library is located downtown, practically across the street from our offices at 196 Glen Street. We're over there all the time. And we're not alone: over 265,000 people made their way through the library doors last year. Where else can you have access to books and research materials, the internet, and historical archives? You can listen to CDs, rent DVDs or attend a film series screening. ALL FOR FREE. The place is great, and it's getting better.

Construction has begun on an enormous library expansion. The Crandall Public Library Trustees and Capital Project Leadership Team have headed the initiative to raise over $6 million in private support toward the capital renovation project. To date, close to 75% of the total goal has been raised by generous contributors throughout our region.

It's our job to help raise the rest.

A rendering from the city park side that showcases the original portion of the library.

The view from Glen Street

The library staff is excited about how bright and airy the new building will be.

A scale model from Ann Beha Architects in Boston.

Construction in November.

1 comment:

Derek said...

Glad we got the "before" pictures. It's gonna be one great new facility.