Celebrate Central Library’s 20th anniversary!

May will mark 20 years since a vision in bright red, designed by renown Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta, would paint the city’s landscape with a modernist touch to deliver the power of information, imagination and ideas.

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San Antonio Public Library is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Central Library in May and we’d like to invite you to the party in a very personal way: we’d like to know how Central Library has played a role in your life. Did you ace that important test because of the studying you did here, did you learn a new tech skill or find a job at our Jobs & Small Business Center? Have you been coming here since we opened our doors in 1995? Maybe you met the love of your life here or joined a new social group and you’ve made life long friends; or maybe you spend your lunch hours sitting in the plaza for your daily moment of zen. However the Central Library has impacted your life, we’d like to hear about it.

Celebrate Central Library’s 20th with us by sharing your story with us. Email your story (and a photo you’d like to share if you want to) to saplsocialmedia@gmail.com.

All stories are important, and while the details are meaningful, we suggest keeping your submission to about 250 words. We’ll share some of these great stories here on our blog and on social media. In fact, your story could be selected to be part of an audio collection at the Central Library – read by a Central Library team member.

Posted on April 20, 2015, in PR. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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