Fort St. John library reopens Aug. 18

The Fort St. John Public Library will be open to the public for browsing starting Aug. 18.

"We are excited to welcome everyone back and will be following WorkSafe BC guidelines," said Director of Library Services Karlene Duncan. "We look forward to seeing everyone again soon."

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The library's new hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. 

It will have an occupancy limit in place and browsing will be kept to a 20 minute maximum. Computer services are also available by drop-in or appointment.

The library is unfortunately unable to provide tables for tutoring sessions or other activities at this time, Duncan said.

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