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Green Free Offers Options

by Johanna Vogt - August 4, 2020

To keep the community reading, the Green Free Library is doing curbside pickup. Anyone can call the Library and set up an appointment. Once that person decides what book(s) he or she wants, the book(s) will be put on hold by calling the Library or emailing the Library at gflibrary15w@gmail.com. Once the Library is notified, the books will be pulled and checked out. When that person arrives at the Library, he or she can call, and someone will bring the book(s) out and place them in his or her car.

The Green Free Library is also providing computer services. However, computers are available through appointments only, and they are limited to 45 minutes. The person is asked to wear a mask and social distance while he or she is inside the building. The computers are also already logged in for that person when he or she arrives.

The Virtual Summer Library is available on the Library’s website, which is an excellent tool to keep children busy. Virtual Story Time with Miss Mia are engaging videos for kids that come out every week. These videos can be found on the Library’s website at https://www.greenfreelibrary.org. The summer program also provides fun gift bags for kids with tons of goodies, including a custom made Green Free Library coloring book. The coloring pages are also available on flash drives so parents can print the coloring pages out for their kids. The website also provides READsquared, where kids can log their reading hours and receive prizes and rewards. If a child cannot access a computer, the gift bags have reading logs where children can keep track as well. To pick up these bags, parents can call the Library and set up a time that works best.

For more information, the community is encouraged to call the Library at 570-724-4876. The Green Free Library is open from Tuesday-Sunday. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, they are open from 2 pm-6 pm. On Wednesday’s, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, they are open from 10 am-2 pm. More information can be found on their website at https://www.greenfreelibrary.org.

Credits:

Videography: Ethan Chabala
Video Editing: Ethan Chabala
Writing: Johanna Vogt
Anchor: Ashayla Faulkner
Correspondent: Johanna Vogt

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