Kingston Community Center and Library will reopen April 25

KINGSTON — The Kingston Community Center Building, closed after a car crashed through a lower-floor window and wall April 16, will reopen April 25.

The building houses the senior center and the Kingston branch of the Kitsap Regional Library.

"We have received word from Kitsap County, owner of the Kingston Community Center Building, that the building will be ready for occupancy on Thursday, April 25," reported Jeff Brody, director of community relations for Kitsap Regional Library. "The Kingston branch library will reopen on Thursday, regular hours (1-5 p.m.). The library is located on the upper level of the community center."

Three people were injured in the crash: The driver and her passenger, who were transported to Harrison Medical Center; and a senior center patron, who was treated at the scene and released.

Kingston library patrons may pick up materials they have on hold at the Little Boston branch library through April 23. On April 24, those materials will be moved to Kingston and will be available at Kingston when the library reopens, Brody said.


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