As we sit on the precipice of the reopening of schools and other organizations, it can feel unnerving, yet exhilarating. The notion of returning to old routines, routines etched as deeply and pronounced as rings in a tree, marking both age and time, seems like an abstract idea. How do we get back on track? As we work together to figure that out, the library is excited to continue the gradual reopening of the physical space that has become a vital part of the Princeton community.
With an eye fixed on the safety and comfort of all visitors, we have reopened our doors to the library’s Community Room from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Saturday, where we welcome you to stop by for express services. Pick up a crossword puzzle, browse and check out new and popular books from our adult, teen, and children’s collections. Need to print something? We have set up three computers with printing capability, available for 15-minute sessions, as well as a few of our scanners.
All visitors ages two and above are required to wear a mask. Social distancing guidelines are in place. Hand sanitizer is available in multiple locations of the space. For more details, please visit Chapter 3 of our Reopening by the Book. We look forward to seeing you, again.
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