Going Back to Curbside Service
To my Dear Patrons,
Covid cases are on the rise, and once again we find ourselves having to move from in person to curbside services. This is not a decision that was made lightly, but with the safety of the community and library staff in mind.
We will be open for service during our usual hours. We ask patrons who wish to access library materials to ring the doorbell in the lobby, where it is warm and a staff member will come and help you. Please put on a mask and sanitize your hands before ringing the bell. We are checking out library items and do continue to sanitize them for your safety.
We will continue to provide faxing, copying, scanning and printing services free of charge.
In order to serve patrons with computer needs, we have boosted our wifi signal and removed the password so that anyone may access it at any time, no password needed.
We also continue to offer Hoopla- a streaming service- along with Libby if you would like to read or watch or listen to items on a personal device. If you need help with this, please contact the library.
We are using Facebook to broadcast daily story times (Monday-Friday at around noon) and other programming. Please follow us on Facebook for more information.
Please know that we are committed to serving you in any way possible. I take comfort in the knowledge that better times are coming, and hope you do as well.
Director, Cavendish Fletcher Community Library
Online Story Time on Facebook
Every Monday-Friday at noon, it's Story Time with Ms Welch! I might be at the library, or in my home with my dogs helping out, but join me at noon for a fun read aloud.
Christmas Eve Story Time
Join Ms. Welch, Ted, Bella and all the gang for a special tuck in story time. I will be reading "The Night Before Christmas" and another story or two in my jammies. Put yours on and join me at 7:30 on Facebook.