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Carl DelVecchio Memorial Library

www.willistonparklibrary.org By: Donna McKenna
Director
E-mail: wppubliclibrary@gmail.com

Beginning Monday, Sept. 21, two public computers will be available for use, by appointment for a 30-minute limit.
Limited, socially distant seating will also be available. Saturday hours will resume on Sept. 26.

Please refer to our website willistonparklibrary.org for upcoming virtual programs.

Our New Daily Hours Are:

Open for Browsing: Monday-Friday: 10 am-5:30 pm
Vestibule Pick-Up: Monday-Friday: 10 am-5:30 pm
Browsing & Vestibule Pickup: Saturday: 10 am-4 pm

“Open for Browsing” means you can come inside, walk around the Library, and look for books and other items. Please limit your time to 30 minutes. Only one family at a time will be permitted in the Children’s Room.

Items requested over the phone can be picked up in the Library vestibule.

Please maintain social distancing practices while in the Library. You will notice markers at the Circulation and Reference Desks and directional markers on our floors.

All customers and staff are required to wear face coverings at all times while in the Library, per Executive Order 202.17. Face coverings must cover both your mouth and nose.

Congregating is not permitted.

Please return items in the outside book drops. For safety reasons, we cannot accept items returned inside the Library!

The computer center and OPAC are unavailable until further notice.
Newspapers are unavailable until further notice.

Thank you for cooperating with the guidelines we have in place to keep us all safe.

Adult Programs

Medicare Made Clear—Tuesday—September 22—10:30-11 am via Zoom. Registration required at willistonpr@yahoo.com. Link will be emailed upon registration.

Adult Book Discussion–September 30–7 pm via Zoom – Beartown by Fredrik Backman – Copies are available at the Circulation Desk.
https://adelphiuniversity.zoom.us/j/96944382963…
Or go to zoom.us and click join meeting and enter this:
Meeting ID: 969 4438 2963
Password: WPBookSept

Breast Cancer Education: Early Detection Saves Lives.
October 7—11am–Free Virtual Workshop via GoToMeeting
with Maura A Calio, MA, RN, Community Health Educator, St. Francis Hospital
Registration required at willistonpr@yahoo.com
Upon registration link will be emailed.

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