Library reopenedPosted Tuesday 26 May 2020
Barry O’Keefe Library has reopened for limited hours with users aged 60 and over welcome from 11am to 12 noon and everyone welcome from 12 noon to 3pm seven days a week.
In the initial opening phase, services are limited to ‘Browse and Borrow’, allowing library users to return items, as well as browse the shelves and check out new loans.
The library’s returns chute has reopened with loan extensions continuing until 30 June.
Visitors may be asked to briefly wait to ensure we adhere to the current capacity limit of 50 people at any one time and to reduce shared surfaces, our furniture, including chairs, has been minimised. Please make use of our available hygiene products and remember to stay home if unwell.
Our online library remains available for access to our eCollections or use the Library’s new app (Apple App Store and Google Play) to stay updated on the future scheduling of events and activities. Our previously scheduled programs and activities, public computer access and general reading areas will be progressively reintroduced on dates to be advised.
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