Bruce County Public Library is officially preparing to reopen branches to the public for in-person service. As of Monday, July 5th, all 17 branches of the Bruce County Public Library will be open to the public. For those who would prefer to not come inside the branches, curb-side pickup service will continue to be offered.
The library will be open with 25% capacity for indoor browsing and computer use. Patrons are asked to wear a face covering and must maintain proper social distancing while visiting the branches. Stay tuned for more information regarding outdoor events and activities.
Wondering what’s new with your library? The library’s 2020 Annual Report is now available and contains statistics, information on new programs, and more! New this year, the library has created a video that highlights the library’s challenges and triumphs in the year 2020. View the video on their YouTube channel or on their website at https://library.brucecounty.on.ca/annual-report/. A printed copy will also be available upon request at any of their 17 branches.
“Throughout the pandemic Bruce County Public Library has supported our communities with caring calls, technology assistance, and a wide variety of online programs” says Brooke McLean, Director of Library Services. “We are excited to welcome patrons back into our branches and to begin offering in-person programs once again. Our branches have everything from fishing rods, park passes and sports kits to books, movies and magazines – and it’s all free with your library card.”
Signing up for a library card is easier than ever. Visit getacard.brucecounty.on.ca and complete the online registration form to gain instant access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, movies, magazines, newspapers, and more!
A focus on safety of staff and patrons continues to be the Library’s top priority. To learn more about the library please visit their website at library.brucecounty.on.ca or contact your local branch.