Libraries across the country are getting creative in how they serve their communities.
For the Warner Library in Clinton, they have turned to curbside services to allow their patrons to continue to have access to materials and 'grab-n-go' kits, Director Bobbi Perryman says it's been about finding new ways to offer traditional services.
As libraries navigate these uncharted waters, Perryman notes the library community is a very tightly knit network and they are always willing to share ideas.
Librarians are very passionate individuals who care about their patrons and their communities. Perryman indicates this time has brought on a lot of frustration because the ability of our libraries to serve the community is very limited right now.
New grab ‘n go craft kit became available for pickup beginning Monday. The free kit will include supplies and instructions to make a Winter Snow Votive craft. Kits are available while supplies last. One per person. The suggested age is 8-and-up.
Current library hours are Monday-Thursday from 10:00am-7:00pm and Friday-Saturday from 10:00am-3:00pm. More information and a full list of services are available online at www.vwarner.org or by calling 217-935-5174.