Thomas Beaver Free Library closing to help prevent spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Updated March 17, 2020
The Office of Commonwealth Libraries has asked all public libraries in the state to close beginning Saturday, March 14 and to remain closed through Sunday, March 29, a time period which coincides with school closures.
All library-sponsored programs and meeting room bookings are canceled until March 29. This includes group events, outreach programs and individual technology help appointments. Fines will be waived for items due during the closure. Materials can be returned in our book drop 24/7. Holds are unable to be placed or fulfilled at this time.
The Thomas Beaver Free Library will be playing our part to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus by closing. We know how important the Library is to the people in the community, and please know our most important concern is for everyone’s health and safety.
Don’t worry about the items you have checked out. All checkout items have been renewed until April 13. If you want to return items, you can put them in the dropbox.
Please feel free to contact the Library by phone (570-275-4180), email (email@example.com) or Facebook with any questions or concerns.
The library will continue to follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the guidance of local, county, and state governments. For up-to-date information check back here or follow Thomas Beaver Free Library on Facebook.
Please continue to practice good hygiene which includes washing hands, covering coughs and sneezes, keeping surfaces clean, and encouraging people to stay home if they are sick.
Use the Library at Home
For those unable to visit the library, here are some of the many library resources that can be accessed from home with your library card.
- Borrow e-books and audiobooks via the Libby or Overdrive
- Borrow e-books and audiobooks from eBranch2Go
A variety of e-resources including academic articles, auto-repair information, business insights and more on PowerLibrary