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Kingston Public Library

Library to close completely starting Saturday, March 21

Coronavirus update 3-19-2020

The Kingston Public Library will close completely starting Saturday, March 21. We hope to reopen on Monday, March 30 but this could change.

Monday-Friday: CLOSED
Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

Friday, March 20, will be the last day to order books over the phone. If you already have a card, we will be inside and will deliver books to your car! This means you can pick up books that are on hold for you. Please call ahead and we will pull items for you and put them on hold…you must know which specific items you want when you call.

All upcoming programming, including Story Time, is canceled until further notice.

PLEASE DO NOT BRING BOOKS BACK. All due dates will be extended and overdue fines will be forgiven. Do not put books in the book drop and don’t leave them near the front door. We want to avoid exchanging germs.

Check these social media sites for updates. We will announce further changes on our Facebook page, on our website, and on Twitter:
https://www.facebook.com/KingstonPublicLibrary
http://www.kingstonpubliclibrarytn.org/
“https://twitter.com/KngstnTNLibrary”

The WiFi will stay on for the time being, so you can still access the Internet from the parking lot.

Don’t forget! These electronic resources remain available:

R.E.A.D.S, the library’s collection of eBooks and audiobooks:
https://reads.overdrive.com/

TEL, the Tennessee Electronic Library:
http://tntel.tnsos.org/

Here are two sites for more information about Coronavirus:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html

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