The library will be closed on Monday July 5th in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. We will resume normal operating hours on July 6th.
Did you know?The first novel ever written on a typewriter was Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer".
Did you know that your library card provides access to thousands and thousands of free ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines all without ever leaving your home? Grab the Libby app from your device's app store to get started. pic.twitter.com/egDPm6Y4Rt
Starting May 18th, we will be offering limited curbside pickups for books, audiobooks, and magazines. Contact us to schedule one pickup for the week. Once your items are ready, we will contact you that they are ready to be picked up. pic.twitter.com/u27UYvM0US
On the library's news blog, there's a longer post about the library being closed along with links and information to use our electronic library to check out ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and even some streaming videos. whitleylibrary.org/wpress/202…
NOTICE: Due to COVID19, the library will be closed until March 30th. The due date on all items has been extended, so you do not need to bring them back at this time. We will keep you posted with any updates. All of our digital resources are still available.