HURON — The Huron Public Library has revised its hours of operation. Patrons will now be able to access the library Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
These hours become effective Monday, Nov. 30, and they will remain in effect until the COVID spread flattens within the community. The Library requires patrons to wear masks when using the library. They also offer gloves and hand sanitizer for the publics use.
Friends of Library bookstore
The Friends of the Library bookstore will be open during the same hours as the library. The Friends are accepting donations at this time with restrictions. Donations can only be dropped off on Mondays.
The Friends are only accepting books that are not over 12 years old. They do not want magazines, encyclopedias, catalogs, items that are yellowed, aged, brittle, falling apart, smelly, etc. Patrons can donate three boxes of books or five grocery bags of books. If you have questions about donations, please feel free to phone the library.
Other changes in library services is an extension of time using the public computers. Currently patrons my use the public access computers for one hour per day. The Library Board increases that time to two hours per day beginning Monday, Nov. 30. The increase in time will allow patrons who are filling in job applications, taking tests or certifications to be able to complete the task if it takes longer than 1 hour.
For more information about these service stop by the Huron Public Library or phone 353-8530. You may visit the library’s webpage library.huronsd.com.