Bristol Public Library working on five year plan
The Bristol Public Library is asking for ideas for future growth as they develop a five year plan.
Tours of the facility are available for community leaders and the general public.
News 5 spoke with the library's executive director who says those who have toured the library have taken an interest in its Teen Center and career assistance programs.
"A lot of them said that we're the best kept secret in town, which, while that's nice to hear, it's not what we want to hear. We don't want to be a secret. We want everybody to know everything we are doing," Executive Director Amy Kimani said.
Other improvement suggestions include additional computer classes and establishing a book club.