I hope this December newsletter finds you and your loved ones healthy and well. We appreciate your kind support of the measures we continue to take to keep everyone at the library safe, particularly wearing a mask when you visit.
Under the new restrictions from the province, we have made the following adjustments:
If you don’t feel comfortable coming into the library, or if you find we are at capacity when you arrive, feel free to give us a call, and we will gladly bring your items out to your vehicle. You can park either in the loading zone out front or in the designated spots in the parking lot right next to the building. If you don’t have a specific title in mind, we would be glad to bring you a selection of items based on your reading tastes. We can print/fax/scan/copy for you while you wait in your vehicle too. And we continue to provide safe and distanced exam invigilation services. We understand that it can be difficult to pick up holds or return your items on time if you are self-isolating. If this is the case for you, please give us a call, and we can make alternate arrangements.
The library will be closed from December 24th-January 3rd, so be sure to stock up before then! Our book drop will remain open, so you can return items whenever you need to. We continue to quarantine all returns for a minimum of 4 days to make sure items are safe for the staff and for their next reader.
I didn’t read a lot this month, but the books I read were all very good:
I hope you find new traditions and good books to bring comfort and joy to you and your loved ones this Christmas season. From all of us at the library, Merry Christmas!