HYANNIS PUBLIC LIBRARY SELECTS NEW LEADER:
ANTONIA STEPHENS TO GUIDE INSTITUTION IN NEW ERA OF EXPANSION AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
The Hyannis Public Library (HPL), a private nonprofit organization established in 1865 and the oldest library on Cape Cod, has announced that it has selected Antonia Stephens as its new Executive Director to lead the institution. Antonia will begin her responsibilities on Monday, November 2, 2020.
Linda Bennett, President of the Library’s Board of Trustees, in announcing Antonia Stephens’ selection by the Board of Trustees said, “Antonia was the unanimous choice of our Board of Trustees to become the new “face” of the Library. This is a very exciting time for the Library and the selection of Antonia will help us further enhance the Library’s considerable reputation with the people it serves. Antonia has a proven record as an individual who can open doors of collaboration, has a passion for local community and town government connection, and can foster donor relationships to grow the organization and enhance its impact of the Library in the Barnstable community”.
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During this initial stage of our re-opening, and to ensure the safety for both patrons and staff, we have instituted the following guidelines:
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At present, there will be no evening or Saturday hours for the Library until further notice. Additionally, there will be NO PUBLIC RESTROOMS
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