Kathy Schreiner, right, Vice President of the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council, celebrates Van Nuys Branch Library employees at the reopening of the library on Thursday, October 7, 2021. The library, founded in 1911, received a $1.9 million renovation of the current 1964 building in the Van Nuys Civic Center. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
The Van Nuys Library reopened Thursday, October 7, 2021 after the completion of a $1.9 million renovation to the interior and technical infrastructure.
VNNC Vice President Kathy Schreiner was on hand to celebrate the momentous occasion, “It is wonderful! There are many thoughtful touches and the interior is much more visually appealing. However, I regret that Van Nuys residents did not have access to the branch library for over two years.”
Thank you to the LAPL for renovating our library and making this great resource available again to our community.
You can go check out a book at 6250 Sylmar Ave. Monday & Wednesday 10am-8pm, Tuesday & Thursday Noon – 8pm, Friday & Saturday 9:30-5:30pm.