March 17, 2020
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To help stop the spread of corona virus, Nashua Mayor James Donchess has asked that the Nashua Public Library remain closed starting Wednesday, March 18, until further notice.
Here’s what you need to know while the library is closed:
- No overdue fines will be charged while we are closed.
- Don’t try to return items to the library; the book drops will be closed. Please don’t leave items outside them.
- You won’t be able to place items on hold while we’re closed. Items currently on hold and waiting for pickup will be available when we reopen.
- You won’t be able to reserve meeting rooms while we are closed. This includes making reservations for dates after we reopen.
- You won’t be able to reserve museum passes while we are closed.
- All events and meetings at the library are canceled while we are closed.
Here’s how we can help you out during this period:
- You can visit us online and use your library card to stream free video or download e-books, audiobooks, and magazines. Try reading Tumblebooks online with your kids. Go to nashualibrary.org/emedia for these services.
- If you don’t have a library card yet, sign up online for a temporary card that will give you immediate access to our online services.
- Visit our Covid-19 information page for city, state, and federal postings; tips on how to prevent the spread of the disease; and more.
- Contact us for help using these services and with any other questions. Use our Contact Us form or chat with us from our home page.
- You can also keep in touch by following us on Facebook and subscribing to This Week at Your Library, our email newsletter.
We will reopen when Mayor Donchess authorizes us to, hopefully early in April. We look forward to seeing you then!