Lee-Whedon library users in Medina ask for feedback with expansion

Provided photos: Lee-Whedon Memorial Library had a petting zoo outside the library on July 1, 2021 to kick off a summer reading challenge, “Tails & Tales.” This space at 214 and 218 North Ave. has been purchased by the library and used for outdoor programming the past two years.

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 16 November 2022 at 3:00 pm

Press Release, Lee-Whedon Memorial Library

MEDINA – The Lee-Whedon Memorial Library is looking for feedback on the library’s future.

The library is looking to expand so that we may continue to support the needs of our growing community. We would like to offer rooms for tutoring and small meetings, expand our collections, and add more programming space.

The library used grant funding to acquire the neighboring property to the west at 214 and 218 North Ave.

The input of visitors and community members is a key component of the first phase of the expansion process. An architectural firm will use the data compiled from this survey to create conceptual drawings of what our future library could look like.

We are asking that people complete a short online survey by Nov. 28. The survey can be found by clicking here. Printed surveys can also be picked up from the library.

About 200 people often attend the “Finally Fridays” concerts at the library during the winter on Friday evenings. This is a file photo from a previous concert.