Brown County Library enters “Chapter 2” of reopening plan
Beginning Monday, June 29, 2020, Brown County Library will reopen its buildings for controlled access to computers by appointment only. Reservations are required.
Knowing that many people lack home broadband access and that the public library is often the only source of free access to computers and the internet, this next step in the library’s phased reopening plan will benefit jobseekers, those who need to connect with services, and others.
The library is committed to a safe experience. For the health and safety of visitors using computers:
These expectations will be enforced and failure to comply may result in loss of library privileges.
The library is taking extra precautions to protect library visitors, staff, and the community:
For computer access:
The library remains closed for all other in-person services. Contactless pickup of materials continues at all locations except the Denmark Branch. For details on this service, visit browncountylibrary.org/pickup. For all other library information, including registering for the Summer Reading Challenge, visit browncountylibrary.org, or for further assistance, please call the library to speak to a staff person.
Contact: Sue Lagerman
Communications and Library Program Manager
Contact: Sarah Sugden
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