Library Services starting Thursday, February 26, 2021
- Browse and check out items (bring your own bag)
- Collections open for browsing
- Use of a public computer once a day for up to an hour
- Free wifi for your device
- Curbside service available on request (call 225-3331 for details)
- Tables and chairs for individual study
- Magazine checkout by request
- Seed Library available
- Meeting rooms remain closed.
- No in-person programs or meetings (online and KRBD programs will continue).
- Newspapers, laptops, headphones games and toys are not available.
- Group seating is not available.
Monday - Saturday
10am - 6pm
What we are doing to keep our patrons safe:
All Library staff wear face coverings, and gloves when working with patrons or materials.
We sanitize high-touch surfaces regularly--including door handles, chairs, computers and workstations, restrooms, and tables.
Library staff maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet between ourselves and others.
Staff wash their hands frequently for at least 20 seconds.
When we are not feeling well, no matter how minor the symptoms, we stay home.
What you can do to keep others safe at the Library:
Wear a face covering when in the Library. If you do not bring your own, you can get a disposable covering at the circulation desk.
Maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet between yourself and anyone who is not a member of your household.
Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, especially after blowing your nose, coughing, sneezing or using the restroom.
Keep your small children with you as you browse the stacks, and leave your children at home if you plan to use the public computers.
If you are not feeling well, no matter how minor the symptoms, please stay home.
Find out more
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The library has many offerings via its online collection, including tons of databases, SLED (more than 15,000 e-books to support kids K-8) Freegal (free music), Mango (learn a free language) BrainPop (kids), Cypress Resume (create or polish!) and MUCH more, including a newly beefed-up Alaska Digital Library.