No-Contact Curbside Service Continues

The Board and Library Director are in agreement that, for now, the library will remain curbside-only, until we can reassess the COVID-19 numbers approximately two weeks following the end of spring vacations in our area.

What can you do with curbside?

Get books: audio, paperback, and hardcover. Get DVDs. Get CDs. Get photocopies. And, if you get your 4CLS library card (always free, and easy to get–just call Shannon to start the process) you can select all of those sorts of resources from any of the member libraries in the 4CLS system. Maybe we don’t have a resource you want. Maybe it’s not in our budget, or it’s winging its way to us–with a 4CLS card you can place a hold on some other library’s copy of that resource and have them send it to us.

Story Times still happen every Thursday at 10:30am, they’re just on our Facebook Live, not in person.

Really, almost all our regular services are available (strange times require flexible thinking) except for public computer usage, but we are working on solving that, too. Remember also that our wi-fi is accessible (and free) outside of the library. Rain or shine, day or night, pull into the first library parking space and you should have no trouble connecting.

So, although the library is unavailable for socializing (and we do miss all of you and look forward to a time doors are open again), most of our services are still easily accessible. If you have questions, call during our regular business hours for more information.

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