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Curbside (foyer) pickup starts July 7. Take Route 21 to Lehigh Ave. We’re on the left, between the middle and elementary schools.
The book drop is open.
You can now place a hold on items from the RJCL collection only (no inter-library loans yet).
Tuesday, July 7 – “Curbside” (foyer) pickup service begins for items you ordered.
Dates are subject to change. Check back here for updates or sign up for our weekly newsletter.
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Order items – from the RJCL collection only. Browse the catalog and place holds online. OR call (585) 289-3559 Tuesday & Thursday noon – 7 pm // Wednesday & Friday 10 am – 5 pm // Saturday 10 am – 2 pm. OR email your order to email@example.com.
Foyer pickup service begins Tuesday, July 7. We’ll call you to let you know when the materials you ordered are ready. Pick up times are by appointment only. We’ll place your items in a drawstring bag labeled with your LAST NAME. The bags will be placed in Library foyer, inside the first set of double doors. Wear a mask when entering the foyer. The entire process will be contactless.
Our book drop is open. Items you place in the book drop will remain on your account while we quarantine them for 72 hours before we check them in. Fines will not accrue during the quarantine period. Due dates remain Sept. 30 for items checked out prior to the COVID-19 closing.
Our online services are always available. Visit our Digital Library where you can find eBooks and audiobooks from OWWL2go and Tumble Books.
The Virtual summer reading program started Monday, June 22 for children, teens and adults. It’s never too late to join in. See details in our “events” section below.
Reopening plan – The RJCL Board of Trustees has approved a reopening plan and related policies (see section 410). We have secured Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and are training staff on new procedures, and preparing our building for reopening.
All dates are subject to change. The health of library staff and patrons is our top priority. The staff and trustees of the RJCL thank you for your patience and understanding while we navigate this situation. We look forward to resuming modified services in our community in a manner that is safe to all.
For reliable and up-to-date information and advice regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/CDC, the New York State Department of Health and the Ontario County Department of Public Health.