WAYNE – Community members who are unable to place holds through their online account will be able to call the Wayne Public Library as the library will also be offering curbside holds effective Tuesday, March 24.
According to a release from the Wayne Public Library, there is a four-step process to benefit from the curbside pick-up. Library patrons will need to log into their online catalog and place titles on hold through that account. At this time, there is a checkout limit of 10 items per family (five of which can be DVDs).
All holds will be available the day after they’ve been placed as library officials will call when the items have been pulled to schedule a pick-up time that works best between both parties. When you’re going to pick up your holds, make sure to call once you’ve reached the library as there’ll be a curbside pick-up table in front of the entryway of the Wayne Public Library.
No one will be physically outside, so make sure to check the name on the bag. Library employees will be watching from the window. This service will be offered Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
When returning books, continue to drop them off in the return drop box.
Contact the Wayne Public Library at 402-375-3135 or like Wayne Public Library on Facebook with any questions about online databases, try out Pronunciator or BrainHQ as well as information about Ebooks & Audiobooks. A reminder that the library will be unable to sign up new patrons during this period of closure and community members can use the public wi-fi which is available 24 hours a day from the library parking lot.