HONEOYE FALLS – The Mendon Public Library, 22 North Main St., recently updated its procedures and protocols as it continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to provide services to users.
The library is currently open Mondays to Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The summer hours will be announced in mid-June.
Guests are reminded to wear face covering that covers their nose and mouth and to maintain reasonable social distance between others while inside the property.
Currently, personal library programming is done outdoors, with face covering and social distancing required. Online programming will be offered through the library’s newly acquired Zoom account. The latest offers can be found at mendonlibrary.org.
Study rooms, tables, computers and seating can be used, depending on availability, so that individuals can work, read and study on the computer. Group meetings with four to six people are permitted. However, reservations are required by calling (585) 624-6067.
The levying of holding fees remains suspended. A donation jar is available for those who want to show their appreciation for this service and help postpone the resulting budget deficits.
In June of this year it will be the 10th anniversary of the library’s current location.
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