The Library is operating on the COVID temporary schedule displayed on this page. In the interests of patron and staff safety, we are restricting access to one hour per day. The Library Board will revisit this policy once Hunterdon County has been ‘yellow’ for at least two weeks: you can see their weekly reports here.
NJ’s COVID-19 Information Hub is another useful resource, containing information about availability of the vaccine.
The Library will be operating porch-side pickup as usual on Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Mon, Jan 19).
You can request Interlibrary Loans again.
Register now for the ❆Winter Reading Challenge❆, which begins on Jan 1!
Porch-side Pickup: This service has been running since June 22, and is very popular. Contact us with your requests, and we’ll have the materials ready for you to pick up on the Library’s covered side porch during our temporary hours of service. You can drop off materials here too at these times. (The book drop at the main entrance is open 24×7.) See the FAQs.
The Library doors reopened on August 27, on a limited basis. For everyone’s safety, please follow the guidelines here. We appreciate your generosity, but we are unable to accept book donations at the moment.
The safety of our patrons and our staff is our prime concern. Procedures are in place for handling materials and sanitizing surfaces, and we’ve had training.