Holiday hours at Keremeos Library

The Keremeos branch of the Okanagan Regional Library will be closed beginning Monday, December 23 and reopening on Thursday, January 2.

 

The Keremeos branch of the Okanagan Regional Library will be closed beginning Monday, December 23 and reopening on Thursday, January 2.

Keremeos Librarian Debra Holley said that Storytime will begin in mid January after the last session this year on December 6.  A special guest has been invited to the year’s final session, which will include the Christmas wind up.

Watch for the OReL elves in Friday’s light up parade.

The three week loan period for books, CDS, DVDS and magazines will be extended to five weeks beginning Monday, December 2. The loan period will return to the regular three weeks on December 16.

One week loan items will go out for three weeks beginning Monday December 16, returning to the regular one week loan period on January 2.

Book drops will also be locked during the closure, so patrons are asked to  wait to return items until the drops reopen.

ORL eBooks catalogue and other digital resources will be available throughout the closure for borrowers convenience.

For more information please visit www.orl.bc.ca.

 

 

 

 

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