Welcome back to Hakunila library on September 19, 2022
Hakunila library will reopen its doors on Monday, September 19, at 8:00.
The renovation of the library took four months, consisting of repairs improving the quality of the library's indoor air, in addition to which, floor surfaces and lighting, among other things, were renewed. The library also acquired new furniture.
The renovation provided us with a good chance to rearrange the library premises. We have switched the places of adult and children’s departments, which, for example, allowed us to restrict the adults’ reading and checkout premises as a clearly independent area of its own. We also moved the reservation shelves and checkout machines to a new place.
On the opening day, September 19, from 5pm to 6.30pm, coffee, tea and juice will be served.
Regular event and group activities will resume at the beginning of October. We will be celebrating the reopening of the library on October 1, 2022. Check out more detailed information online at: helmet.fi/hakunilankirjasto.
Picking up reserved items before September 19, 2022
You can pick up your reserved items at Tikkurila library until September 14, 2022. You can check them out at Hakunila Library as of September 19, 2022.
Remember to unfreeze any items you may have frozen for the duration of the renovation. Instructions for unfreezing reserved items.
If you changed the pickup location of your reserved items to another Helmet library, remember to change the pickup location back to Hakunila. Instructions for changing your default pickup place.
Due dates of loans and returning of material
The due date of Vantaa and Espoo material checked out before the beginning of the renovation is October 3, 2022. Before the reopening of Hakunila library, you can return the items you have checked out at any Helmet library. The bookmobile serves on Wednesdays, at 17:00-18:00, at Hakunila library stop, until August 31.
Welcome to the renovated library!
Hakunila and Länsimäki service supervisor
tel. 040 190 3930
Photo: Vantaan kaupunginkirjasto