Author Topic: Queens Public Library Reminder: Seven Branches Reopen Monday (Not JH)  (Read 392 times)

Offline petegart

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excited to be reopening seven locations on Monday, July 13 for to-go service only. The following locations will be open for you to pick up items and return materials:
Bayside
Bellerose
East Elmhurst
Kew Gardens Hills
Laurelton
Long Island City
Peninsula
Hours at these locations will be: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 10am to 5pm with a closure for cleaning from 1 to 2pm; Tuesday from 1 to 5pm; and Thursday 12 to 7pm with a closure for cleaning from 3 to 4pm.
 
You can make requests now to pick up next week! Visit queenslibrary.org, use our mobile app, or call Telephone Reference at 718-990-0728 or 718-990-0714.
 
An additional nine locations will be closed to the public but will accept returns at their exterior return machines or book drops:
Astoria
Cambria Heights
Central
Flushing
Jackson Heights
Queensboro Hill
Rego Park
Ridgewood
South Ozone Park
Materials will not accrue fines until October 1, at the earliest.
 
Remember that for your health and safety, face masks are required when entering and inside the library, and you must stay at least six feet apart from other people. Learn more about our reopening plan and what we are doing to protect everyone’s health and safety here. You can also read this list of Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about the first stage of our reopening.
Our virtual programs and services are always available.
 
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Queens Public Library

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Offline petegart

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On Monday August 10th the Jackson Heights library will be open to pick up books requested online. 
My own personal experience is to rely on the website (not the app)
You can request a book/ other media, and select a branch for pickup and they will send you an e-mail when it’s there to pickup.  Overall it’s been great, I have been going to the East Elmhurst location, but I prefer JH as I can walk there.
The library experience is different because you cannot browse, or even sit - but having the ability to request anything in the catalog and picking it up is fantastic. 

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thanks for the update. i'll miss browsing the shelves, but i'm glad to have the branch open again.

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