Annie Halenbake Ross Library will be reopening its library floor to patrons beginning Friday, June 19! Come browse the stacks again! See our policies regarding reopening HERE. We ask that patrons limit their time in each room to ten minutes, or 30 minutes at the computers. Other safety measures will be in place, including requiring all patrons over the age 2 to wear masks (if you are unable to wear a mask, we can provide alternative services). The number of patrons will be limited in each room to follow state guidelines. Thank you for helping us to keep everyone safe!
Want to skip the line and just pick up materials? Call 570-748-3321 (adults) or 570-748-3484 (children's) OR, use our online web form HERE. Are you in a high risk group? Talk to us about Books By Mail!
The new temporary hours for Annie Halenbake Ross Library are as follows:
Saturday 10am-4pm (10am-11am is reserved for high-risk patrons)
Summer reading and our other programming will remain online at this time. For programming, useful information and fun, please check us out on Facebook here (general), here (adult services) and here (youth services) and check us out on Instagram (RossLibrary).
For any questions or assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to serving you virtually, and in-person!
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Ross Library Computer Classes
Walk-in help with laptops and ipads
5 - 8PM
Clinton County Community Center
9am to noon - Thursdays
For more information call the Ross Library at 570-748-3321. Ask for Mary-Jo.
Book Brigade Book Club
Last Saturday of the month
10am at Ross Library 3rd Floor
Join a group who discusses books of all genre