With the encouraging news of vaccinations and impending movements to less restrictive tiers, know that the Oakmont Village Library with its over 100 volunteers is working hard on plans for the eventual re-opening. As available, updates will be posted to the OVA weekly E-blast. Until it is safe for us to reopen, the library remains closed and unable to receive materials. Please continue to keep books you borrowed safe at your home until the library can welcome both you and the books back. You might consider sorting your returns into fiction/mystery/non-fiction into bags for when you can return them.

Continue reading – reread old favorites, take advantage of the curbside pickup or online options at the Sonoma Public Library which also remains closed or consider exchanging books with a friend. Snuggle up with a good book and transport yourself to another world.
Consider volunteering – the library can always use the community’s help. Email: oakmontvillagelibrary@gmail.com

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