BY KATHY WATSON
This month’s Greenfield Book Jackets Book Club will meet Wednesday, November 11 at 10 a.m. in the City Board Room. The group will be discussing “The Fix” by David Baldacci. Anyone is welcome to participate in the book club.
As a reminder; due to COVID-19 all library programs are on hold, except for the Book Club, which meets in a different building. As soon as the case numbers start to fall and stay down, we will be increasing library services. We are still offering printing, faxing and copying and ILL (Interlibrary Loan) services to our patrons. Don’t forget about using R.E.A.D.S. Overdrive (Libby App) for thousands of books and check out all the current magazines they offer online.
Patrons are required to wear a mask to enter the library. We ask that you use our hand sanitizer so you will be allowed to pick your own materials for check out. Adults must accompany children who enter the building. We have four computers open for one-hour usage. We are practicing social distancing by only allowing 10 people at a time into the library. We continue not to allow social gathering or public restroom usage at this time. We are sanitizing our books and shelves with a UV wand and using sanitizers on the computers and counters trying to keep it safe in the library. We are still offering curbside service for those who do not wish to enter the library. Just call the library let us know what you want or you can browse by using our online card catalog.
The library is a testing site for the boating safety exam. We have test books available. No appointment is needed, but please call the library before you plan on taking the test.
The library is closed November 11 for Veterans Day and November 26-28 for the Thanksgiving holiday.
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