Oakmont Village Library – Phase 2 Begins

The Library is Open!
Monday-Friday 10-3
After a smooth opening, the library is ready to move into Phase 2 – the return of library items, including puzzles and DVDs that you have borrowed. These items will have “Property of Oakmont Village Library” stickers on them. Bring these to a separate outside drop off area near the lawn bowling green where a cart will be set up between 10-3, M-F only. Do not bring these items with you into the library but come in afterwards. Signs will be posted directing you. No donations until Phase 3.
You are asked to limit your returns to 10 items or our volunteers will be overwhelmed.

Only 5 in the library at a time, maintain social distancing outside the CAC until let in by the library volunteer. Masks required. You are encouraged to wait until you have been double-vaccinated +2 weeks to visit.
The community’s cooperation will be key to a successful reopening. Stay tuned for further details as they become available.
In the meantime, please continue to keep books you wish to donate at your home. Donation guidelines will be posted before Phase 3 when donations will be accepted.
Consider volunteering – the library can always use the community’s help. Email: oakmontvillagelibrary@gmail.com

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