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Brooks Memorial Library: First Floor Renovations Will Affect Access


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Dear Library Community,

You can find the following important information about what is happening next week at Brooks Memorial Library on the events calendar, and on Facebook and Twitter:

FIRST FLOOR RENOVATIONS OF LIBRARY WILL AFFECT ACCESS

Brooks Memorial Library will be installing new flooring in the main reading room from March 19th through March 25th. The Main Street entrance, first floor and mezzanine will be closed to the public during that time. 

The children’s room, teen room and meeting room WILL be open via the 2nd floor entrance from the Municipal Center parking lot.  Library patrons are welcome to request materials via their online account, email or phone.

When your receive notification that the items you have requested are
ready, you will be able to check them out in the children’s room. Laptops with wireless access will be available for in-library use. Laptops with wireless access will be available for in-library use.

For more information please contact Starr LaTronica 254-5290 or starr@brookslibraryvt.org.

We thank you very much for your support of your library, and for your patience with this process!

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