Pamela Quenemoen

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July, 2018

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Supported a comment by Sara Vandenbos on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
Sara Vandenbos
Lots of garden and green space. Incorporate as many living plants both inside and outside as possible. Outside areas to sit and read/chat with a friend.
Supported a comment by Pamela B. on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
Pamela B.
Book club. Sharing of music. More on Boise and Treasure Valley history such as The Cabin. More language classes, the city is diversifying and it is important to be able to communicate with your neighbors. Children's programs.
Commented on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
Book clubs (for adults, kids, parent/child, interest groups), classes on navigating the digital resources the library offers, classes about the maker space resources and about how to use various devices to access eBooks, audio books, etc., classes and lectures on a variety of community topics. I love the idea of an exhibit space for the works of local artists and other local projects. I think that exhibit space is an enhancement to the art museum and history museum across the street.
Commented on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
Yes
Commented on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
Yes. I like that it's oriented toward the river. One questions -- as I was working on this, a bird crashed into the window of my house. It made me think about this building. While I do think it's a beautiful building, are there things you can do on the glass or in the design to prevent bird accidents? Because it's right by the river, all that reflective glass might be a big problem.
Commented on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
Books, classes, event center, the cafe and maker space. Also, I understand that Learning Lab will have space in the new library. That's also important to me and to our community.