The Moose Jaw Public Library was closed to the public on Monday afternoon due to water issues but has since re-opened.

For those who are planning to make their way down to the Museum and Gallery in Crescent Park over the course of the summer, be aware that there is some road work going on within the first block of Athabasca St. E, which prevents access from Langdon Crescent.

Christy Schweiger, Education Coordinator Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery, explained how to access the building.

 "They did say that it's going to be between 4 to 6 weeks. So if people what to get in to use the library and art gallery facilities, the parking lot will be accessed through the back alley and Hochelaga St. Or I would suggest going around Crescent park on the east side." 

Schweiger continued, "When you're taking Langdon crescent you won't be able to turn onto Athabasca street, it's about a block that's affected. From Main street to 1st Avenue North East on Athabasca Street."

There is still plenty of programming at the facility over the summer. Read more HERE

There is also programming still going ono at the library, including tonight's showing of SpiderMan:Into the Spiderverse. More information can be found here.


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