As we continue to watch the unfolding of the Coronavirus, we are excited to put plans in place to re-open our library. As always, we will continue to keep the health and safety of our patrons, staff, and community foremost in our minds. These plans may change as needs occur and circumstances change.
WiFi is always available outside of the library in our parking area.
IT’S TIME TO OPEN!!!
The Paoli Public Library will have a partial reopening beginning June 15. We will be open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 11 till 5.
We are excited to see our patrons and we will be excited to see new faces, too.
When you stop by, be sure to check out our new genealogy room. Lots of room and materials to do your family searches.
We also are happy to share the Summer Reading Program – already started virtually!
SOME THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND:
Computers will be limited. We ask for you to reserve your time on the computers. You can reserve for 30 minutes at a time for essential business (filing unemployment, tax forms, applications, etc.)
We also ask (except for computers) to please limit your library visit to 15 minutes. This allows more people to be able to use the library and still keep social distancing requirements.
NO UNATTENDED CHILDREN UNDER 13 YEARS OLD.
Only three basic rules at this time while we are trying to serve our patrons:
1) Remember personal space – keep your distance and use face masks
2) Cleanliness is important – wash your hands and use hand sanitizer
3) Stay home if you are sick.
We will continue curbside pick-up for those who are not yet comfortable coming into our building.
Meeting rooms and programs (with exception of Summer Reading Program – details to come) will not be available at this time.