Ann Arbor District Library Unveils Plan To Reopen
The Ann Arbor District Library is getting ready to fully re-open to the public.
Library officials have announced all five of the district’s brancheswill open at noon on Monday, July 12.
Once the facilities reopen, visitors will be able to make use of the district’s public computers, browse the library’s collection, and use the facilities’ public seating areas.
The district’s director, Josie Parker, says they’re trying to get things as close as they can back to the pre-pandemic normal while still ensuring visitors remain safe.
“We won't be doing indoor programming right away, so that will change things a little bit. I do think we’ll see more people using the library than we have during COVID,” Parker says.
Parker says all five of their facilities have also undergone renovations in preparation for the re-opening.
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