Goshen Public Library set to reopen Tuesday
GOSHEN, Ind. – The Goshen Public Library announced that they will be open on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays for essential services, such as filing for unemployment and other benefits.
The hours run from 10 a.m. through 2 p.m.
Residents can make use of fax machines, photocopiers and scanners for important documents.
Ann Margaret Rice, the Director of the Goshen Public Library, said that opening the library on a limited basis will make huge difference for people who require essential services.
“We just really feel it’s important to identify these if people are struggling to make ends meet,” Rice said. “Shelter and food on the table for their kids is of utmost importance and if we can aid them in any way, we want to be here to do that.”
No one is allowed the browse the library, but you can check out books online at this time.
The Library is adhering to social distancing guidelines:
- There are only 5 computer stations available that are properly spread out
- Staff will be wearing facial masks
- The public is encouraged to wear face masks as well
- Temporary plastic covering in keyboards and mice
- Proper sanitization after each use of machine
You can make an appoint to use the computer by calling 574-533-9531 or by contact the library online.
You can also walk in and request service.