The Homewood Public Library is again open to Homewood residents, but you need to make an appointment.
The library staff has been improvising since March when the library closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Services and programs went online and curbside delivery was implemented.
Now the library’s doors are open to patrons who get a 45-minute appointment to browse through the collection, use computers and take advantage of other services. After patrons leave, the staff cleans the physical spaces, such as computer tables and keyboards.
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