Lepper Library to welcome back patrons with curbside service

LISBON — The Lepper Library announced that it will be offering curbside delivery of library materials beginning on Monday.

The library has been closed since March 14 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A Lepper Library cardholder can request items in three different ways:

— From the catalog at www.lepperlibrary.org.

— Calling the library at (330) 424-3117 during business hours, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

— Emailing circulation@lepperlibrary.org

Requests will require an hour in advance to gather and prepare for delivery. Patrons will park in designated spots, stay in their vehicle and be directed to call the library at the time of their arrival. Staff will bring the materials out to the vehicle as described in the assigned spot. Patrons will show their state ID to the staff.

Materials to be returned can be placed in the appropriate drop box at the back of the building. Returned materials will be held in quarantine for six days before also being disinfected. Late fines will not be collected at this time.

The building will still be closed to the public.

Librarians are also busy making plans for a virtual summer reading program. People can keep up to date with the happenings at the library by visiting www.lepperlibrary.org or on Facebook and Instagram.


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