Attention Library Community

Dear Enosburgh Public Library Community and Friends,

The Enosburgh Public Library will close at 5:00 p.m. today, Friday November 20th and resume service at the door or call ahead for curbside service.  We do not take this decision lightly. As per the Governors Executive Order this is the decision the Enosburgh Public Library Board of Trustees and myself have come to for the safety of our community and staff of the library. 

A staff member will be in the library working 9-5 Monday thru Friday to answer phone calls, email, messages and to assist with Home Delivery to our Enosburgh residents. If you know of some materials you would like to check out, just call the library @ 802-922-2328, email us at enosburghlibrary@gmail.com or FB message us, and we will bag up the items and arrange a time to drop them off to you or you can pick them up outside the library.  Please ring the doorbell and a librarian will come to the door and help you with anything you might need! This service includes photocopying, faxing and Inter-Library Loan.  We look forward to seeing you!

Stay tuned daily for links and ideas for activities to do at home and of course our virtual programs. 

Go to our resource page and check out all the free links you can access with your library card.

Yours,
Brenda Stanley, Library Director

Join Sara to be in the Program Live Videos!

With missing you all, we would like to try something a little different!

I would love for you and your little’s to come visit and join me on one of my Live Video’s! Of course we will be practicing Social Distancing and keeping safe. If you would like to register for this, contact us and we can schedule a day for your visit!

Give us a Call : 802.933.2328

Facebook Message: Enosburgh Public Library

You can join for either the Summer Reading Program or the Learning Garden Program Video’s.

We will be allowing only 1 FAMILY per visit.

We are OPEN to the public!!

We are very excited to announce, effective Monday June 15th, you can resume coming into the library!!!

We are limited to 10 people, including staff, in the library at a time.  Come in and we will gladly go into the stacks to grab the material you would like to borrow.  Our hours during this Phase, are Monday thru Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Unfortunately we are not opening the computer stations at this time.  Our Wi-Fi is available outside the library and you do not need a password.  We can print, copy and fax for you.  Please call 802-933-2328, email us at enosburghlibrary@gmail.com or PM us on Facebook!

The newest update we have received from the ACCD states that curbside pickup is still the preferred method of distributing library materials. We will still be offering this service and encourage you to continue to use this method if it has been working for you.

Staff will be wearing masks and gloves and we ask that all patrons wear one also (other than if health reasons prevent the wearing of one).  If you do not have a mask, we have some available.

We are excited to take this next step forward and can not wait to see you!

 

We are OPEN!

We are excited to announce we are

open for service at the door!

Please ring the doorbell and a librarian will come to the door and help you with anything you might need!

We are available Monday – Friday

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

This service includes photocopying, faxing, Inter-Library Loan and we will gladly go to the shelves and pick out your items you would like to borrow. We look forward to seeing you!

Please wear a mask!

Trustee Meeting Agenda 5/20/2020

Enosburgh Library Trustees Meeting Agenda

Meeting Agenda – 5/20/20

Meeting on ZOOM at 7:00 PM

The public can join by clicking this link or copying and pasting it into a browser.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5195491107?pwd=S2Z3c0c4eHNuK0NOUHJqNkZScldsdz09

You can also join via phone by calling the library – 802-933-2328

1) Call to order

2) Librarians report – Overview of the library during the pandemic

 

2) New Business

Pandemic policy

Phased reopening plan – review/amend/approve Brenda’s plan

Virtual programming

Discussion of a possible donation to the library

3) Adjourn