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Library Is Open, But You Can't Go In

by Nancy Farrell
November 21, 2018

Three cheers for our Library staff!

There will be no fines for overdue books while the library is closed, but you can return books any time to the Book Drop at the rear door. If a book you reserved through the Minuteman Network has come in, you can pick it up by ringing the bell at the front entrance. You can also pick up reserved museum passes. Our faithful library staff is standing by until 8pm tonight, and Wednesday, 10am-2pm. For updates, check the website -- https://www.hollistonlibrary.org or call at 0617 to confirm tomorrow's hours. Reserved items will be held until the Library opens. With daily deliveries from Minuteman, Amy Porter reports that the Hold Shelf is groaning, come and get 'em. 

Tomorrow's Storytime group will gather at Upper Town Hall.

 

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