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Yes, guests will be able to access books and other library materials within the children’s area of the library. We've added the children's play tables back onto the floor.
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We are not requiring masks, but have them available for people who wish to wear one.
We have 8 public computers available for the public to use. All computer stations are adequately spaced to allow for social distancing. You may use your library card or a guest pass for up to 2 1-hour sessions. All gaming on public computers will be suspended during this phase of our re-opening.
There are areas available to read materials in the library while remaining socially distanced from other guests. We are asking that you use hand sanitizer before and after reading magazines and newspapers in the library to mitigate the spread of the virus.
We are offering curbside pickup currently but there are differences:
We cannot accept returns via curbside. We cannot hand you your items. You might not be able to use the curbside parking space, but any parking spot on Church St. is okay.
*Curbside exchanges will now consist of your holds in a bag labelled with your last name. A staff member will put the bag on the sidewalk near the library’s entrance on Church Street. If you have mobility issues, please let us know and we will deliver your holds to your vehicle. If you are in quarantine, please send another person to pick up your holds. We will check them out to a family member or friend for you.
Our study rooms are currently available on a first-come first-serve for two hour sessions. You must be 18 years of age to use a study room. There are also tables with chairs throughout the library for those who need a quiet place to work.
We have a number of in-person activities planned for a variety of age groups. Please check our calendar through this link to learn more about the events!
Our director, Amanda Hanson, is more than happy to answer questions and address concerns. She may be contacted by emailing email@example.com or by calling the library at 616.772.0874.