Carnegie Library in WCH Closing Due to Virus

The Carnegie Library in Washington Court House will be closing until at least April 6th, as of 6pm March 16th, due to the Coronavirus spread.

Library Director Sarah Nichols says they will monitor the public health situation over the following weeks to determine when they will be able to reopen to the community.

We are following the example of many local and state organizations in attempting to limit the spread of COVID-19. During this time:

We encourage you to please keep all materials during this time of closure. As always, the library is fine free.

All Holds will be suspended until the library reopens.

All Due Dates and Hold Shelf Items will be extended until the library reopens.

The Library’s wi-fi will remain free and accessible during regular business hours only, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

All outreach, programs, engagements, and meeting room reservations have been cancelled until the library reopens.

All AARP Tax Aide appointments are cancelled, nationally, for the remainder of the tax season.

You are invited you to explore everything we have to offer on our website. You can download eBooks and audiobooks on Overdrive, or use library databases using your library card number and PIN, usually the last four digits of your phone number.

Fayette County residents without current library cards may be able to obtain an E-Resource card for online resources (eBooks, digital audio and more) by calling or emailing the library, or submitting a form through the library’s website. More information forthcoming.

For updates, follow us on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) and check our website.

If you have questions, visitwww.cplwcho.orgor please call the library at 740-335-2540.

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