By Library Manager Michelle A. Rounds
Last week, we opened our computers to the public (in limited capacity), one 30-minute session per day per person. We only have two computers open at this time (as per social distancing guidelines.) If you would like to ensure you get a computer at a certain time, we can make a reservation for you. Reservations can be made by calling the library ahead of time.
Our March Take-n-Make’s are at the library: Shamrock string art craft – create a string art shamrock; all materials provided. Scratch shamrocks – create two scratch art shamrocks to keep or give away; all materials provided.
We all love stickers, so this month it’s our St. Patrick’s Day Sticker Scene. Kids ages 2 to 15 may stop in and get activities March 9, while supplies last, as we only have a limited number.
We also have a few Dr. Seuss activity bags left, too.
Join us Wednesday evenings for Classics with Chelle at 7 p.m., as our library manager, Michelle Rounds, reads on Facebook Live a classic book. Fun for kids and adults. We are starting a new book, “Frindle,” by Andrew Clements.
For our March Book Discussion, we have chosen the book “Guest List,” by Lucy Foley. Copies can be picked up now; then look for our event of this on Facebook and join in the discussion from March 15 through 31, 2021. You can read the book and not participate, too.
Have returns? Drop your items in the bin just inside the main entrance or by the circulation desk during open hours.
The Morrisville Public Library is open from noon to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Come in and get your own materials, but please be quick. No appointments needed. Face coverings are required, and only seven people total will be allowed in at one time. Make sure to use the hand sanitizer upon entrance (as required). The library staff reserves the right to hurry you along.
If you or someone you live with has COVID-19, recently have been or possibly exposed, in quarantine/isolation or are waiting on a COVID-19 test, do not come to the library. Stay home and stop the spread.