Governor Eric Holcomb has said, “Social distancing is the most important and effective tool we have to defeat COVID-19. If we act now, we can save lives and then re-open our state for business, group activities, sports and the other things we enjoy doing together as Hoosiers. But we need every person to take this seriously and do their part. We are truly in this together.”
In order to do our part in preventing community spread of the virus the Frankfort Community Public Library and branches in Michigantown, Mulberry, and Rossville are extending the closure of our facilities until May 1st. The protection of the health and safety of our patrons and staff are our primary concern. Classes and programs are cancelled through the end of May. This was a painful decision for us as we know that many of you rely on us on a daily basis to access resources and information.
In these unprecedented circumstances, we appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate this uncharted territory. We continue to request that library materials not be returned until we reopen. Fines and fees will not be charged.
You can download ebooks or audiobooks using Overdrive or Hoopla on to your device to then read or listen at home. You can find all of our digital resources on our website at myfcpl.org/online. Follow us on social media for the most up-to-date information from your library: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You can now apply for a library card online and have access to our digital resources within 24 hours. Visit myfcpl.org and click on “Apply for a Library Card today!” Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
-Gregg Williamson, Library Director
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