Most tourists leave New Orleans with beads, Carnival masks, or other trinkets, but one Michigan librarian’s visit resulted in a more meaningful souvenir –– a new resource for her community.
“I like to visit other libraries while on vacation, so I stopped at the Main Library downtown when I was in New Orleans. While there were a lot of impressive things to offer –– like the recording equipment in the teen maker space –– I was most impressed with the bicycle repair station. I just thought that was a great idea to have that available for the public.”
Last month, Harrison Township Public Library Director Melissa Goins unveiled their solar-powered bike repair station, which was inspired by the Bike Easy Fix-It Statins installed at four New Orleans Public Library locations: Main, Nora Navra, Norman Mayer, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Read more about the Library's partnership with Bike Easy and Harrison Township Library’s newest project here.
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