Dear Library Patrons,

Here at the end of the week, I'd just like to share a couple of quick updates on library services and programs during our closure

Parking Lot WiFi Signal Range Extended

We've added two new access points nearer to the parking lot, so our WiFi range has been extended to the whole parking lot. Look for the network called LIBRARYGUEST and remember to remain INSIDE VEHICLES for social distancing.

New "Read to a Librarian" Online Program for Kids

Sign up for a 20 minute slot to read to a librarian once a week! Sign up for the time that works best for you from our online program calendar, and we will pair you with one of our fantastic librarians to read with you using Zoom!

This program is for children ages 4-12 of any reading level, beginner to pro.

An adult must be in the room while the child is reading, and the adult's email is required for signup.

Typically, the child should bring their own books, but a librarian can also screen-share an eBook if you need new reading material.

Our librarians are looking forward to seeing you online!

"Book Talks" Zoom Link & Meeting ID Changed

If you've been attending the Monday evening Book Talks discussion on Zoom, the new link for this program is, and the new Meeting ID is 932 6862 9169.

If you've not been attending but would like to join, it's not too late. Monday, April 27 at 6:30 PM, we will be discussing the short story "Black Eyes and the Daily Grind" by Stephen Marlowe, available free through the library's Overdrive/Libby/Media On Demand eBook service or free online.


Our full schedule of online programs and how to access them is available here. And don't forget our Help Button on the lower right hand corner of our website to request help from library staff any time.

Wishing you safety and wellness,

Jennifer Cottrill, Library Director

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