SDG — The SDG Library has reopened three more branches for curbside pickup, in Avonmore, South Mountain, and Williamsburg. Effective this week, the public again has access to some level of library services at those sites.
“It has always been our goal to be able to re-open all our branches when it was safe for us to do so,” said Karen Franklin, Director of Library Services. “Staff have done a fantastic job to prepare these lat three branches for re-opening, just as the days are getting shorter and colder temperatures are upon us.”
Currently, six branches of the SDG Library are opened for limited public accesses. Alexandria, Crysler, Ingleside, Lancaster, Morrisburg, and Winchester branches allow short stays of up to 30 minutes. Patrons may borrow materials, use the public computers, or browse the collections.
From this week, all other libraries will offer curbside pickup services. This means patrons can request materials to be picked up at any of the SDG Library branches. Additionally, SDG continues to offer digital resources such as eBooks, eNewspapers, eMagazines, databases, online tutorials and virtual programs that can be enjoyed within the comfort of your own home.