VIRGINIA BEACH — A new space for teens to unleash creativity, play video games and collaborate with new technology opened at a Virginia Beach library over the weekend.
The Kempsville Area Library held a grand opening for its teen and tech space Saturday. The youth area features a Playstation Four Pro with 17 games to play, a Ninetendo Wii-U, two 27-inch iMac desktops with music recording software and iRig keyboards and a 64-inch interactive touch-screen with Light Casting capabilities, according to a Virginia Beach Public Libraries news release.
Long-time library customer Patty Landrum’s estate donated $24,408 the the Friends of Virginia Beach Public Library to fund the new space, the release said.
According to the release, guests must have a valid Virginia Beach library card to use the teen and tech space amenities.
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