Fatzinger Hall above the Waterloo Library will be getting new seating thanks to a grant from the state.
The $25,000 will work to keep the historic aesthetic while creating more comfortable space.
The project will create a space where after the pandemic, the community is able to enjoy more in person activities for a long time to come, like movie nights and other programs.
Fatzinger Hall was built in the 1880s and serves as an important historical asset to Waterloo.
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