Lyndon Carnegie Library
LYNDON CARNEGIE LIBRARY - Easier to read hopefully. June 1st Phase 3 Opening Mon & Wed the upstairs open 9-6pm – ramp door only Tues & Thurs upstairs open 9-1pm only – ramp door Tues & Thurs downstairs open from 2-6pm for families – enter downstairs Friday and Saturday we will be closed for the month of June and will reevaluate for July. Enter by back ramp entrance only, upon entering the library we will ask you to sanitize your hands at the sanitize stations. CDC recommends you wear a mask, but we are not requiring you to at this time, we will have a few here if you don’t have one and would like to wear one. We are limiting the number of people that can be in at one time to 10. Children’s area will only be open on Tuesday and Thursday from 2-6pm. On Tuesday and Thursday afternoons families can come in the basement door on Ash Street from 2-6pm. The children are not allowed upstairs, but the parents will be able to go upstairs to check out items, Genea will be downstairs to check out items. We also have 2 computers downstairs for use by families, they will be scheduled for only 1 hour with one to a computer. There will be no toys out to play with for everyone’s safety. Computers are down to 2 desktops and 1 chrome book, we would like you to schedule an hour time slot by calling the library at 785-828-4520. Only one to a computer please. We will allow walk ups, but know that if someone is not finished with their hour you will have to wait outside until one is available or come back at scheduled time. Each keyboard and mouse will have coverings, that will be removed and cleaned after each use. Browsing the shelves will be allowed, but please for everyone’s safety touch items as little as possible. You may print, copy or fax. At this time, we are not allowing anyone to sit at the tables upstairs unless you are using a computer, but we do have benches and new picnic tables outside where you may sit. Our restrooms are open but you will have to ask for a key, so that we may keep them sanitized for everyone’s safety. We will continue to do curb side service for those of you who do not feel comfortable coming to the library, hours will be extended to Mon, Wed 9-6 and Tues, Thurs 9-1pm. Go to the NEXT tab on the library’s website www.lyndonlibrary.org to search for movies, books, and games to place on hold. Once we receive the hold we will pull the items and give you a call when ready for pickup. Those who are homebound or cannot easily get out of your vehicle let us know and we will bring them to your home or vehicle. Our number is 785-828-4520. Courier service will be back to normal starting week of June 1st if nothing changes, this means you will be able to request items from other libraries. Our book drop is open again and you may return items, during open hours we will have return tubs outside and inside, we ask that you place your return items in those tubs. Each item will have a 72 hour hold in those tubs before cleaning and shelving. We are sure there will be items in those tubs that you would like to check out, but please do not ask us or pick them up, this is for your safety. We can put a hold on the item. Thank you for your patience during this time, Genea & Sharon. Dated 5/26/2020 ... See more
I know all of you have been waiting for this day as we have, so we are back open Monday, June 1st, 2020. Please read the information below, there will be hour changes etc...One big change is we are closed on Friday and Saturday for the month of June. See you soon Genea and Sharon.
💜Please share so we can get people here that could use a little help during these difficult times. We have enough for about 95 families to each receive 3-4 bags of goods.
Good afternoon just wanted to let you know we have one desk left for 25.00. Also we have a 2 shelves unit that we are asking 25.00 total, they are connected and on a platform with wheels. We no longer need them as we have rearranged the basement. If you are interested please call 785-828-4520.
Good morning!! Just a little spring time joke for the kids - What kind of vegetable plays the drums? The beet!
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