Curbside Service at Dade County Library
From Dade County Library
Concerned for the health and wellbeing of its patrons, guests, and staff, Dade County Library closed its doors on Wednesday, March 18 to traffic inside the library.
We understand that with the self-quarantine and the advisements to stay inside our patrons need reading materials. Therefore, Dade County Library is offering call ahead curbside service.
If patrons need books, we ask that they call the library 417-637-5334 and request 1-3 items. The librarians will gather the items and have them ready for patrons to come to the door and get them. Instructions are posted at the library.
The Wi-Fi has been extended 24/7 outside the library. If patrons want to sit in their cars, the network is Library Guest and the password is readingisfun.
Dade County Library has cancelled the April story hour and egg hunt. The next story hour will be Friday, May 1 from 10-11 a.m. for ages 2-6.
Dade County Library hopes to open the doors on Wednesday, April 1 at 8:30 a.m. for business as usual.
The March Reading Challenge remains active. However, patrons participating will need to wait until April 1 to claim your prizes.
We hope all of ours patrons remain safe and healthy during this trying time. Remember…….“Stay Calm and Read On” Dade County.
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