Clinton County Libraries

Libraries moving to Library-To-Go lobby and appointment-only browsing 12/1.

LIBRARY-TO-GO LOBBY-ONLY SERVICE TO CONTINUE PAST JANUARY 4. Due to continued high numbers of COVID-19 cases, the Clinton County Libraries will continue with Library-To-Go service. Please watch this space for more information on a return to appointment browsing of the stacks. 

 

THE CLINTON COUNTY LIBRARIES WILL BE ADJUSTING SERVICES

Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in Clinton County and the governor's most recent orders, the Libraries are adjusting to provide the following services: 

1) Library-To-Go Lobby Pickup (Call ahead or use the form HERE to request items for pickup.) 

THERE IS NO BROWSING OR MAIN LIBRARY ACCESS AT THIS TIME

2) Books-By-Mail (Suggested for high-risk patrons. Please call to get started!)

3) Online Library Services (eBooks for kids and adults, audio books, databases, language learning and more!) 

4) Online Library Programming (Please see below for more information)

Thank you for helping us to keep everyone safe!

To arrage for Library-To-Go pickup, call 570-748-3321 (adults) or 570-748-3484 (children's). 

The new temporary hours for Annie Halenbake Ross Library are as follows:

Monday CLOSED

Tuesday 10am-7pm

Wednesday 10am-4pm

Thursday 10am-7pm

Friday 10am-4pm

Saturday 10am-4pm (10am-11am is reserved for high-risk patrons)

Sunday CLOSED

To access ebooks and audio books from home, click here. Tumblebooks is for kids, and Overdrive is for adults. To get the login for Overdrive, email ross1@rosslibrary.org

 

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 ross1@rosslibrary.org. We look forward to serving you virtually, and in-person! 

Ross Library

Renovo Library

County Library

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

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Mission Statement

Share the resources and services of the libraries within our communities, stress the importance of life-long learning for all ages in five areas of literacy - basic, financial, civic and social, health and information technology. Maintain material on local community issues and events.

Ross Library Computer Classes

Walk-in help with laptops and ipads

Ross Library
5 - 8PM 
Monday, Thursday

1-5PM

Tuesday

By Appointment

Saturday


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