star metro: Star Metro file Some of the big, most exciting changes are going to be in the kitchen, said Danielle Dungey, the librarian in charge of facilities and technology at the Halifax Central Library, according to Toronto Star. Since the branch opened in 2014, the space has held a small sink, two microwaves and a fridge nestled among cabinets spanning its back wall. While libraries of old wouldn't even let you eat a snack among the stacks, the Halifax Central Library is taking a different approach. The kitchen setup has proven to be too meagre. Article Continued Below While libraries of old wouldn't even let you eat a snack among the stacks, now they're taking a different approach. This winter they'll add a second, deeper sink big enough to clean a stock pot an oven and eight portable induction burners that can be arranged in a circle for group cooking classes. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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