Will I be able to use the computers in the library?

We have 8 public computers available for the public to use. All computer stations are adequately spaced to allow for social distancing. Due to demand for this resource, patrons will be given 1 hour each day to use the computers. If someone needs additional time to apply for a job, gain access to local, state and federal assistance or other vital uses, library staff will be able to allow more computer time on a case by case basis. All gaming on public computers will be suspended during this phase of our re-opening.

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1. How many people will be able to be in the library at one time?
2. Are kids allowed in the library? Can my entire family come to enjoy the library?
3. Will I be able to use the computers in the library?
4. Is the children's area of the library open?
5. Will I need to wear a mask? What if I don't wish to or cannot wear one?
6. Why does it take so long to the items I returned to be checked-in and for materials from other libraries to arrive?
7. Will we be able to read magazines and newspapers in the library?
8. Are study rooms available?
9. Now that the library is open, will there be in-person programming?
10. Is it too late to participate in summer reading? Is there a way to register in the library?
11. Where did all the furniture go? Why does the library look so empty?
12. Are you accepting donations?
13. What if I have more questions or need to share concerns with someone? How do I do that?