On May 1, the newly refurnished library-turned-community center The Hub opened to Lone Tree residents, and people are loving it.
Lone Tree residents, city leaders and South Suburban Parks and Recreation District employees all came together on May for the grand opening of the new community center The Hub.
The center was previously the city's library, until it was moved in July to a new location near the Target shopping center at Lincoln and Yosemite, at 10055 Library Way
. Now, residents from around Lone Tree can take part in various programs offered at The Hub, such as yoga classes and science, music and multimedia classes for children. There are also three multi-purpose rooms and a conference room for residents to use. A lounge area is the main amenity of the center is free to use and open to the public.
Another awesome feature is that residents who order books online from Douglas County Libraries (DCL) can pick them up or drop them off at The Hub. There's also a display of books that can be checked out through the DCL system.
Residents can visit The Hub on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
What do you think of the new community center? Have you visited yet or taken part in any of the classes offered? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!
Photos courtesy of Stephanie Mason (Lone Tree Voice).