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Barry O'Keefe Library is open Monday to Friday 11am to 3pm with the interim Reserve & Collect service having ended on Friday 8 October.

From 25 October, the library opens Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9.30am to 5.30pm, Tuesday and Thursday 9.30am to 9pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm. Author events as well as Babytime, Storytime and Thursday Kids will continue to be presented online.

As provided in the Roadmap for reopening, visitors to Council’s indoor facilities must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Unvaccinated children under the age of 16 may only visit if accompanied by a fully vaccinated household member. Vaccination status will be checked on entry to Council facilities to comply with NSW government public health orders and to protect the safety of staff and the community. Visitors are encouraged to be appropriately prepared with proof of vaccination via a certificate on a smartphone or a printed copy of a vaccination or medical exemption certificate. We request visitors’ patience and understanding as we work together to comply with the health orders.

COVID-safe QR check-ins and face masks (except for children under 12) are also required with physical distancing to be maintained at all times and capacity limits enforced in Council facilities.

Barry O'Keefe Library

The library currently welcomes visitors from 9.30am to 5.30pm Mon, Wed and Fri, 9.30am to 9pm Tue and Thu and 10am to 4pm Sat and Sun.

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Library e-Resources

Posted Monday 11 October 2021

Mosman residents who don’t already have a library card, can register for an eCard membership online for instant free access to eLibrary collections.

Children’s, youth activities

Posted Monday 11 October 2021

Mosman Library Service’s free live-streamed children’s and youth sessions have recommenced with the start of the new school term.

COVID donations

Posted Monday 11 October 2021

Mosman residents can now easily donate food and other household items to communities affected by the COVID lockdown.

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