Libraries have limited reopening
The W.T. Bland Library will observe a limited reopening starting Monday, June 15, 2020.
OCCUPANCY: 25 patron capacity with a 1-hour daily max visit.
CURBSIDE PICKUP: Call or email the library to request this service.
SERVICE: Staff will help with library items and printing needs.
SELF CHECKOUT: Stations available on a first-come, first-served basis.
COMPUTERS: Stations are 6 ft. apart with a 1-hour daily max usage.
MEETING ROOMS & SIMPSON FARMHOUSE Closed until further notice.
LOITERING: No tutoring, large gatherings, or extended visits.
IN-PERSON EVENTS: Postponed until further notice.
GROUPS: Guardians and their children must stay together.
FACIAL COVERINGS: Free bandanas from the Friends of the Library.
MASKS: Required for everyone age 2+ while inside of the library, effective Friday, July 10, 2020.
CDC GUIDELINES: Follow their latest COVID-19 recommendations.
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View Press ReleasePosted: 3/24/2020
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