Lyndon Library reopens to somewhat normal operations; patrons invited in

Lyndon Carnegie Library has reopened to patrons following several reopening phases. Now all doors will be open for access during the library’s hours of 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m. Monday to Thursday.

Plans are for the library to be open on Saturdays beginning July 11.

Upon entering the library, patrons will be asked to sanitize their hands at sanitizing stations at both entrances. CDC recommends everyone wear a mask, but masks will not be required in the library at this time. There will be masks available for those who don’t have one and would like to wear one.

The number of people in the library at one time will be limited to 10, and patrons will be asked to follow six-foot social distancing guidelines.

Computers will be available by walk up, with a one-hour limit. Three computers are upstairs for public use and two computers are downstairs for family or children use. The computers will be sanitized after each use and are six feet apart.

Curbside service will still be available for those who do not feel comfortable coming to the library; hours available are 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m. Monday to Wednesday. Anyone homebound or who cannot easily get out of their vehicle is asked to contact the library at 785-828-4520 for assistance.

For more information about the Lyndon Carnegie Library, call 785-828-4520, or stop by 127 E. Sixth St., Lyndon.

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