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Churubusco library celebrates 100 years

April 12, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — This summer, the Churubusco Public Library will celebrate its 100th anniversary.

Part of the festivities will include a contest, where patrons can design a library of the future. This will allow individuals to envision what a library may look like in the year 2114.

While the next century holds unknowns for the library, the previous century has been marked by service, moves and harrowing escapes from destruction.

Currently located on Mulberry Street in Churubusco, the library has had several homes in its lifetime.

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