What this means
In accordance with the Statewide Stay-Home order from our governor, the Salmon Public Library is suspending all limited services, such as: curbside pickup, printing services, as well as answering phone calls or messages.
This will be in effect through April 20th (following the school closure).
We’ll be doing our best to work from home alongside you during this time. We still plan to try and provide consistent virtual Storytime, access to our 24/hr WiFi, and E-book services (found at salmonlibrary.org) TumbleBooks is a new addition which offers great selections for K-12 readers. They also have an audio cloud for adults!
If that weren’t enough National Emergency Library has suspended any waitlist for reading & research materials for all displaced learners.
This library brings together all the books from Phillips Academy Andover and Marygrove College, and much of Trent University’s collections, along with over a million other books donated from other libraries to readers worldwide that are locked out of their libraries.
Check it out!
Eric Tarkalson says
Is there a drop off box available for books that need to be returned?
Salmon Library Staff says
you can simply put them in the drop box by the front door. There is a slot to return books. Otherwise keep them until we re-open! No late fees.