New Children’s Books

A big THANK YOU to the Pilcrow Foundation and the ladies of the Wide Awake Club for granting us 100 new children’s books! We were supposed to receive 70 books, but to our surprise and delight found out we were selected to receive extra science and math books that were donated by Hal Benson and Laura Ackerman of Cottage Grove, CO! These are some fantastic books, come check them out! ( As you can see many are ALREADY checked out 🙂

Hot Spots

We’re very excited to announce that we have 2 Verizon WiFi HOTSPOTS available for checkout, all thanks to a grant from the Foundation for Southern Tier Libraries! These hotspots can connect up to 10 wifi enabled devices and provide free internet as long as you’re not in a “dead zone”. Feel free to ask us for more details!

Curbside Service continues!

How it works:

You can put holds on items 3 ways: via STARCat, call us, or email us.

  • We will pull the items, check them out, bag them and label them with your last name only. We will handle items wearing gloves and masks.
  • When your items are ready, we will contact you to arrange a pick up time.
  • Your items will be waiting on the table or bench located inside our front vestibule.  
  • Stop by and grab your items.

Wide Awake Club Library Pandemic Patron Conduct Policy

In order to ensure the safety and well-being of staff, patrons, and the community, during pandemic events:

All patrons entering the library must adhere to social distancing guidelines-that is a distance of 6 feet between people. The library reserves the right to limit the number of patrons entering the building, and the time allowed inside in order to maintain social distancing protocols.

All patrons over the age of two entering the library must wear a face mask until further notice.

Anyone who violates social distancing or without face masks will be asked to leave.

Approved by the WAC Library Board of Trustees on June 8, 2020.

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