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Library Closing To In-Person Use


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The Verona Public Library announced that, “out of an abundance of caution,” it will close to the public after Thanksgiving until Friday, December 11.

Library patrons can still reserve books, DVDs, audiobooks, magazines or crafts by calling the library at 973-857-4848 or through their online account. The library will arrange a pick up time with you and leave your items in the building’s front vestibule.

You can also check out ebooks, learn a language with Rosetta Stone, or get homework help with Brainfuse. The library offers ebooks, magazines, graphic novels, movies, television shows and music for free with your library card.

If you have something checked out now, you can return it at any time by using the book drop in back on Gould Street. Returned items will be quarantined for 72 hours and will remain checked out on your library card until the quarantine period is complete.

If you have a reference question, you can still call the library, send an e-mail or use the chatbox on the library’s website.

All virtual library programs will continue, and there are activities, workshops and lectures planned for all ages. You can find previously recorded library programs, plus craft instructions, book reviews and more video from the library on YouTube.

If you do not yet have a library card, you can apply online.

The Library will also close to the public from December 24, 2020 through January 15, 2021.

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