Gary L Herman
ALEXANDER COUNTY, NC (April 27, 2021) – All three branches of the Alexander County Library will be unlocking their doors on Monday, May 3 following months of limited services due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Masks are still required to enter the library. Capacity is limited to 50 patrons or less per the Governor’s mandate, with six feet of social distancing whenever possible. Casual seating is not available yet. Curb service will remain available as a standard library service.
“We encourage citizens to take advantage of our curb service if they cannot wear masks, are unwell, or have difficulty coming into the library for any reason,” said Laura Crooks, Library Director. “We are excited to reopen the library, and look forward to restarting other programs and services over the next couple of months.”
The history room at the main library is open for research only. Limited work spaces will be available for use at each branch.
For more information, visit www.alexanderlibrary.org or call (828) 632-4058. The main branch is located at 77 1st Ave. SW in Taylorsville. The Bethlehem branch is located at 45 Rink Dam Road. The Stony Point branch is located at 431 Ruritan Park Road.