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  1. Stepping Back to Curbside Service

    Library closed, curbside service available

    With the spike in local COVID-19 cases, the library regrets but thinks it’s prudent to return to Curbside services.  

    We’re still here, ready and able to fill your reading, watching, and learning needs.  Use our designated parking slot directly in front of the library anytime during our modified hours and call the library for curbside service.  The vestibule will be open to pick up Grab and Go Crafts or drop off materials too large to fit in the dropbox.  Our temporary hours are Monday – Friday, from 10 am to 6 pm, and Saturday, from 10 am to 3 pm.  

    Wi-Fi is available from the curb.  Connect to the Library WiFi network, read our internet policy, and click through to the web.  No password is necessary.  Copy and faxing services are available upon request.

    Thousands of audiobooks, ebooks, Acorn TV, Great Courses, Gale Courses, magazines, and Transparant Languages are as close as your device of choice.  Don’t have a library card?  Apply for one online on our website or in the Monarch Catalog at www.monarchcatalog.org. We’re available to walk you through registration or assist with usage of these products.



  1. Storytime to Go

    picture of a children at storytime

    There’s no Storytime at the library right now, but we’ve got you covered! Each Tuesday until December 22, pick up a Storytime to Go kit.  The kits are created for use with children ages two to five to promote early literacy development. Each kit contains themed material of two books, a music CD, craft, activity sheets, and a snack.  For us to prepare enough kits, we ask parents and caregivers to register each child individually.  Click here to go to the Google Form Sign-Up.

    Requested kits can be picked up each Tuesday during our regular open hours.  Library materials will be checked out to the requesting parent or caregiver using the normal circulation period.  We ask these materials to be returned, along with any great works of art our young artists would like to display in the Children’s Area.

    We hope these kits help you spend time talking, singing, writing, playing, and reading with a child fostering a lifelong love for reading and a lifetime of success.