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Neillsville Public Library Update for Week of June 29th-July 4th
Monday, June 29th, 2020 -- 9:02 am
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director


-The Neillsville Public Library is open with limited hours and restrictions.

First, they ask that you please do not enter the building if you are sick or have any symptoms of fever, cough, sore throat, headache etc. If you do not feel well do not enter. The staff will be wearing face masks so they also ask you to wear one and please use hand sanitizer provided at the door before entering. The library will be open from 10am-3pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Their hours are different on Wednesday. They’re open from 3pm-7pm on Wednesday. There seemed to be some confusion by patrons regarding that this past Wednesday. They do have a 10 patron maximum at a time, so they still strongly encourage curbside pick up, just call 743-2558. You are allowed one 30 minute session per day to use the library for such things as browsing, checking out books and materials, professional/education use of computers/printers/copiers. They have only 2 computer stations open at this time. During your time in the library, please keep a distance of 6 ft between yourself and another patron or staff in the library, just follow the floor signage.

Once you touch an item please put it on the shelf for quarantine. The outside bookdrop as well as inside book/dvd drop baskets are available. Do not place items on the circulation/front desk. You will be required to do a self check out at the corner desk. If you do not have your library card, no worries, the staff can help get your library card number with the computer on the staff side of the desk. They thank you for your cooperation with these safety precautions. There’s still many fun activities happening at the library including children and adult reading programs. Also, they have a story hour and craft most Fridays. Patrons can pick up the craft at the library and then view the story hour on the library’s Facebook page. Also, don’t forget to check out the “Stuck at Home” tab on the library’s website to see a lot of cool virtual tours you can do right at home. And don’t forget to listen to our library update around 8:20am and 11:20am on Wednesdays.

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