Good news for book lovers:  The Superior Public Library will be re-opening its doors (again) to the general public on Monday, January 18.  The move comes after temporarily closing it's doors to the public when COVID-19 numbers rose last towards the end of 2020.

Library patrons who come to use the building in-person will need to follow conventional and community COVID-19 standards.  Masks will be required for all patrons (with both mouth and nose covered), there will be a one-hour time limit, and all library materials will be quarantined (i.e. if you take a book or other material off the shelf you shouldn't be replacing it yourself - you need to follow the protocols and let the library staff assist).  Along those lines, book and material returns continue to happen at the outdoor book drop location; they are still not accepting returns inside the library building at this time.

The re-opening for in-person library service joins the curbside pickup service that has continued to be offered since the start of the response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. This service has allowed patrons of the Superior Public Library to access their materials the entire time - even with the two temporary in-person closures. In addition, people are encouraged to check out the variety of options and materials available on the library's website.  Click here for more details.

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With the reinstitution of in-person visits, here are the hours for the Superior Public Library:

  • Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday:  10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday:  10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
  • Curbside pickup is offered on Saturday's:  10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

For full details about the library's services and upcoming events, click here.

 

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