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Lebanon reopens Kilton Public Library

Published: 6/23/2021 10:48:27 PM
Modified: 6/23/2021 10:48:39 PM

WEST LEBANON — One of Lebanon’s two libraries reopened to the public last week, and library officials also are running a booth at the Lebanon Farmers Market on Thursdays.

The Kilton Public Library in West Lebanon is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, according to Celeste Pfeiffer, the Lebanon Public Libraries outreach and programming librarian.

“You can just walk right in. Masks are required though, because we have so many young babies and we want to protect the unvaccinated,” she said.

“Residents have begun to return, particularly for computer and printer access,” Pfeiffer said. “We know we could reach more people though,” she said.

The downtown Lebanon library remains closed to the public while it’s under renovation.

Members of the public can sign up for a summer reading program, place holds on books or renew a library card at the Farmers Market booth. The reading program, which is open to all ages, includes a coupon for free ice cream for anyone who reads or listens to 10 books during the summer.

The Lebanon libraries closed to the public in spring 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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