Due to overwhelming demand, We are changing the wellington library into a chain nightclub called Okoko. This idea has been checked over by Richard Marshall and the change will be taking place soon.
Thank you for your support.
“books vs beats”
Oh now libraries… I remember them… Aren’t they where people go when it starts raining and they’ve forgotten their umbrella…
Seriously though, people download books now don’t they, or read them on Kindles ?
I have one suggestion: that you could think about dual use for the building.
Keep the books and DVDs etc in the building, but put them on shelves that can swivel round at night and then you can still have the nightclub in there once the library has closed.
And the bonus is that they can borrow the CDs from the library and that’s the music sorted (although they’ll need to remember to take them back on time or they’ll get a fine…)
Since being in Australia, I have been a member of 2 libraries. Free internet, month long loans, massive cd library (which may as well be a collection of all the cds i never bought) and a great selection of books. Never an empty seat. There are lots of things the Aussies do very poorly but they do love a good library!I’d just shift the library upstairs with separate silent disco rooms where you choose the music from the library collection!haha
I love the idea of combining the library and the disco! The fabulous ladies at the library might do too, they have given the planning notice a great space inside the window on their notice board. CONGRATULATIONS to them, it put a big smile on my face!
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