Lyndon Library implements reopening plan; limited services begin May 11

Lyndon Carnegie Library is implementing a plan to reopen in phases, with this week being phase one and the library remaining closed for preparations.

In phase two, beginning Monday, May 11, 2020, the library building will remain closed, but librarians Genea Reynolds and Sharon Culley will provide curbside service 1- 6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Items may be requested by phone at 785-828-4520, or placed on hold through the NEXT system, available at www.lyndonlibrary.org. Holds can only be for local holdings only, as the courier service will not be running until June 1.

At the library bagged returns will be accepted at the book drop after hours, or in the tub on the table at the top of the ramp. Anyone needing someone to come to your vehicle or house for pick up or delivery is asked to call 785-828-4520. All returns will have a 72-hour hold for cleaning before returning to the catalog. There will be no fines on returns. For other services, call the library for information.

Phase two is set to last until June 1, the tentative start date for phase three of the reopening plan. Phase three is expected to open the library on a limited basis, with a limit on the number of patrons in the library at one time and computer use requiring scheduling.

The Lyndon Carnegie Library is at 127 E. Sixth St., Lyndon, Kan.

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