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Rochester Public Library: Safe in-person browsing returns 2/17

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Have you missed browsing the stacks to find your own library books? Does the thought of opening a book jacket to read the summary make you smile? Good news: in-person browsing is back!

The Rochester Public Library is pleased to announce that in-person browsing appointments will return Wednesday, February 17, 2021.  

“As Covid-19 cases in New Hampshire continue to decline, we feel that it’s once again safe to offer in-person browsing at the Library,” said librarian Marie Lejeune. “We’re excited to safely welcome patrons back into the library.”

Browsing will be appointment only and there will be a limited number of appointments per hour. Daily hours of operation will vary but the library’s website will be updated daily. Curbside pick-up and appointments for computer, copier, Wi-Fi use will continue.

Masks are required for the entirety of each visit. Masks must completely cover the nose and mouth, as recommended by the CDC.

For more information, inquires, or to schedule an appointment, please call (603) 332-1428, ext 2.

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