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St. Mary’s County Libraries Operating Under Temporary Reduction of Services Due to COVID-19

The St. Mary’s County Library began a temporary reduction of services which began on Friday, November 13, 2020. Curbside services will continue uninterrupted including picking up materials by appointment, drive-through service at Leonardtown Library, and printing services via curbside. All Library buildings will be closed as we move to an appointment system. The Library plans to open the buildings for appointments to use the public computers, make copies, or use the fax machines starting Monday, November 17. Public use of the Library to browse the collection will not be permitted. The Library is changing our service model temporarily to keep our customers and our staff safe during the current COVID-19 surge. We are working closely with the St. Mary’s County Health Department, following guidance on safe practices, and abiding by the state-wide mandates. We plan to reopen the buildings to the public as soon as it is deemed safe for both our staff and our customers to do so. Appointments The St. Mary’s County Library plans to open the Library buildings, by appointment only, starting Monday, November 17. The process for making an appointment will be explained on the Library website, www.stmalib.org, as well as shared via email to our […]

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