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The Library Will Be Closed Until Further Notice Due To Coronavirus Precautions – UPDATE 03/27/2020

New Hampshire is the latest state to issue a stay-at-home order and close all nonessential businesses amidst the coronavirus outbreak. Gov. Chris Sununu announced this order on Thursday, March 26.
This order will impact some Library services. Effective Friday, March 27 at 3pm, we will no longer offer curbside pickup of library materials. While this service has been extremely popular, it is in the best interests of both the staff and the public to suspend this practice. For the time being, staff will still be working and available to answer your questions and help in any way we can. Please call 603-569-2428 or send an email to joyce.davis@wolfeboropubliclibrary.org.   Free public wifi is still available from the parking lot of the library.    more…      
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  • Curbside pickup is back - Here’s Margaret filling a patron’s order today. Call or email us to request up to ten items including books, DVDs and audio books. We’ll pull the available items, wrap your order, call to arrange a pickup time and place your materials on a cart outside the front entrance at the designated time. This service is […]
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