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Glens Falls: Crandall Library, major arts venues spark renaissance

City boasts a number of cultural resources

The interior of the old Crandall Library has been gutted to make way for its new facelift.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
The interior of the old Crandall Library has been gutted to make way for its new facelift.
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Libraries: They’re not just for books anymore. That’s the way Christine McDonald felt back in 1979 when she started working at the Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls. And as executive director the past 25 years, she has continued to keep the place in the forefront of what has become the city’s thriving downtown arts community. “I think that was a big part of becoming a librarian back in the ’70s,” said McDonald, who has ...


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