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Just in time for National Library Week!
Join us in celebrating:
- Visit our catalog online to start placing holds today!
- Introducing: KPL To Go!
Tell our expert staff about your favorite author, book, or genre and let them work their magic to select 10 personalized items for you. You can mix and match fiction and nonfiction, romance and memoirs, graphic novels and audiobooks. Mix it up and get a bag filled with movies, books, and music. The possibilities are endless! Personalized bags are available for patrons of all ages - include your library card in your message to speed things along.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 564-6150 (youth) 564-6136 (adult) to get your holds placed today.
- Curbside pickups are available Tuesday - Saturday at the Southwest Library (7979 38th Avenue). Pickups are available between 9-11 am and 12-2 pm.
- Take part in our one question survey! We would love to hear from you.
What have you missed the most about your library while we are temporarily closed?
Curbside Pickup Details:
- Curbside pickups will start on Friday, April 24th (the earliest we can begin per the Safer at Home order) and will take place at the Southwest Library - 7979 38th Avenue.
- Staff will call you to arrange a pickup time as your holds become available.
- Pickups will be scheduled Tuesday - Saturday between the hours of 9 - 11 am and 12 - 2 pm.
- Holds are temporarily restricted while we work on returning to full service. Please call one of the phone numbers above or email email@example.com to place holds.
- Park by the Curbside Pickup sign and call the number listed to let us know you are here. Bring an ID with you so we can make sure you take home the right items.
- Per the Safer at Home Order, we are still unable to take returns. Please continue to hold on to your materials until we reopen.
Did you know:
You can still access our WiFi for free? Our WiFi extends around our buildings and into our parking lots.
Libraries are continuing to work to ensure your safety? Currently, some libraries are working with medical labs to test different materials to see how long the virus can last on different materials.
Have kids at home? Our librarians have gathered amazing resources for children in this handy blog post.