The Homer Public Library is a wonderful public facility available to both residents and visitors. Works by local artists decorate the inside and outside, and there is a special reading area complete with a fireplace, quiet nooks with tables to do your work, plenty of computers to get access to the Internet, individual rooms with their own doors for folks to meet, and a very nice (and separate) children's area with beanbags, etc. for the youngsters. The Library also has a unique, large collection of books and DVD's in the Russian language (I've not found this anywhere else in Alaska!). Wonderful architecture for a public building too (soaring ceilings, huge windows, etc.)!
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