The Noble Neighborhood Library reopening has been delayed one week, and will now be held at 1 p.m. Monday, May 23, instead of May 16.
The library will still throw a party for residents to celebrate the new space from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, May 15.
The branch, one of four in Cleveland Heights and University Heights, closed for seven months for renovations, which will cost about $1 million once the project is complete, according to a press release.
Features include an early childhood room, which was paid for with a $32,000 grant, plus more space and technology.
The second phase of renovations will focus on the exterior of the library to improve the lighting and landscaping, preserve the stone and brick on the building and improve the front steps and entrance.
Check back with Cleveland Heights Patch for updates on the project once they become available.