CRESTLINE — The Crestline Public Library can be opening to the general public starting Monday, June 15, with new hours.
The library can be open Monday by way of Thursday from 10 a.m. to six p.m. and Friday from 10 a.m. to five p.m.
When the library opens, there can be new practices put into place to maintain patrons and employees protected. Patrons are requested to put on a masks or a face protecting, as a courtesy to everybody. Social distancing of six toes, can be enforced inside the library. Masks can be worn by employees members to guard patrons. The library employees will self-health test earlier than coming into the library. We ask that patron’s self-health test earlier than coming into the library, too. Boundaries have been positioned as a safety for patrons and employees. Hand washing is strictly enforced, and hand sanitizer is positioned all through the library. Cleansing and wiping are a continuous exercise inside the library to maintain all surfaces protected.
When coming to the library, patrons are requested to have a function to be used, resembling ebook and DVD choice, copying and faxing, and so forth. The library is limiting pc use to 15 minutes per patron and can sanitize the computer systems after every use. The library asks that each one youngsters be accompanied by an grownup and habits be monitored by the grownup.
The library would love all supplies returned which have been with patrons because the pandemic started. We want the new spots and Acer Notebooks which have been in use, to even be returned.
The library is now open for curb service. Name 419-683-3909, or place orders on-line. Upon arriving, name the library, and supplies can be introduced out. The library may make copies or ship faxes with the curbside service.
The Summer season Studying program, “Think about Your Story” is presently in progress for all ages. Ask us for ebook studying kinds, fill in and return to the library. There are weekly studying prizes and a grand prize for adults and kids. The studying program runs June by way of July.