Beginning Tuesday, November 17th, we will return to Curbside Library Service Only, but will offer Technology Use Reservations
What does that mean?
The doors to the library will be closed to the public (except for technology use reservations, see below for details). Our staff will be in the building during all library hours, so you can call and ask questions, request materials, get help with your account, and more.
New Schedule for Services:
Curbside Pick-up Available: Tech Appointments Available:
Monday 9-1 Monday 3-7
Tuesday 3-7 Tuesday 9-1
Wednesday 9-1 Wednesday 3-7
Thursday 2-5 Thursday 9-12
Friday 9-12 Friday 2-5
Saturday 9-12 Saturday 10-2
Curbside Pick-up Process:
Place items on hold in LINKCat. When you receive an email or phone call that they have arrived, give us a call and schedule a time to pick them up. As long as the weather is cooperative, we will continue to place curbside pick-up items on a cart by the back entrance near the book drop. If the weather turns, we will place items on a cart inside the library lobby for pick up.
If you need to use a computer, or print, fax, or make copies, we are making those services available by reservation. Give us a call and we'll set up a time for you to come in and use the copier, computer, or have something faxed. Times will be limited to 30-45 minutes, depending on the service.
Village Post Office:
We can still sell stamps and accept pre-paid and flat rate priority packages. Flat rate priority boxes are still available in our lobby, which will be open during our regular open hours.
The Book Drop:
The outside book drop will remain open. If you have a large or fragile item to return. Call us and we can set up a time for you to return the item via curbside.
Why have we made this decision?
COVID-19 is surging in the state of Wisconsin, and in our community. Right now we believe this is the safest way for us to continue serving the community. As with all the changes we've made, we'll evaluate how things are going, listen to community feedback, and keep an eye on local health trends.