The event gives residents an opportunity to learn about the services that will be provided at the location. Pulaski County Human Services has moved its Medaryville program into the building, after full library services ended at the beginning of this year. On top of that, the Pulaski County Public Library will continue to offer high-speed Internet and printing at West Side Center, giving residents access to the library’s e-books and other digital services. The library also plans to hold various programs at the building on the third Thursday of each month.
During Saturday’s grand opening, residents will have a chance to sign up for library cards, not only for the Pulaski County Public Library, but also the Francesville-Salem Township Public Library and the Starke County Public Library. Representatives from the Medaryville Fire Department, Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department, and Pulaski County EMS will also be present at Saturday’s event.
An official ribbon cutting for West Side Center is scheduled to at place at 10:30 that morning.