Phase 4 of our reopening plan began on Monday, June 29th.

The library building is open with limited hours:    12pm - 6pm Monday-Friday

We continue to offer Curbside pickup:

Curbside pick up hours:    
Monday-Wednesday-Friday: 12:00 - 4:00pm
Tuesday - Thursday:   2:00pm - 6:00pm

You may place holds online in the library's catalog or can call us at (269) 983-7167.  Limit of 10.


What you should know before entering the library:

  •     Patrons over age 5 are required to wear a facial covering in the library at all times.

  •     We ask that you limit your visit to one hour, maximum.

  •     No more than 100 people are allowed in the building at one time (including staff).

  •     No food or beverages are permitted unless medically necessary.

  •     Patrons must practice social distancing at all times.  Remain 6 feet away from others, and follow guidelines in the book stacks throughout the building.

  •     Further questions may be addressed in the Frequently Asked Questions section of our Reopening Plan.

 

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What you should know about returning books:

  •  All items are being quarantined for at least 72 hours upon return before being checked out to anyone else.     
  • The items will be removed from your account at that time. 
  •  Because we are quarantining items for a more than adequate amount of time and are taking every precaution, we ask that you do not use cleaning products on the materials.  Many products may damage the items.

Library Capital Improvement

In the midst of working to reopen, safely, for our community, we've also been busy addressing the hefty capital improvement needs that we had identified a few years ago.   Check it out here in this article by Pat Moody from Moody on the Market......

UNIQUE “PAY FOR THE PROJECT FROM THE SAVINGS” IS ONE FOR THE BOOKS

https://www.moodyonthemarket.com/unique-pay-for-the-project-from-the-savings-is-one-for-the-books/

 

 

 

 

You can access

Ancestry.com library edition from home

To access it,  log into your library account.    Instructions on how to log into your account

Once logged in,  click on the Ancestry.com link on the Account Summary page

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