Library now open at 9:30 am with limited computer usage

Estelle Sidler

(September 8, 2020) The Westfield Memorial Library is pleased to announce that as of Tuesday, September 8, the library will be open at 9:30 a.m. Limited usage of the computers will begin on Tuesday as well. The rules for computer usage are as follows: Westfield residents will have access to […]

(September 8, 2020) The Westfield Memorial Library is pleased to announce that as of Tuesday, September 8, the library will be open at 9:30 a.m. Limited usage of the computers will begin on Tuesday as well.

The rules for computer usage are as follows: Westfield residents will have access to one thirty-minute session per day. Westfield residents without a library card will be able to get a guest pass at the Circulation Desk with proof of residency. Non-residents will not have access to computers.

Those who would like to print will need to have coins or one-dollar bills as the library does not currently have change. Due to limited staffing, computer assistance will not always be available.
The computers will be shut down 30 minutes before closing.

Since occupancy in the library remains limited, we request that patrons wait outside or in their cars should all computers be in use when they arrive. Restrooms remain closed, so patrons must plan accordingly.

Current library hours are 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. More information about library online programs and services can be found on the website www.wmlnj.org or the library’s facebook page.

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