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Curbside Service

There are several ways to order.  The most efficient way is to complete this form and send it to library.  This will give us your book selections AND tell us how to get the materials to you.

You may still browse the library’s collection over Minerva, and order materials online.  However, when browsing please remember to select Witherle Memorial Library only (not all libraries). Also, you will need to contact the library by email or telephone (326-4375) to let us know how you would like to get your materials.

We will notify you when your order has been fulfilled and is ready to pick up using the primary notification information on your patron account.

Curbside Options

After you have been notified that your order is ready, there are three options for curbside service.

1) Pick-up at the Ground Floor Entrance

There are a now cubbies set up in the inside foyer near the elevator.  You will find your materials in a bag with your name on it.  If you ordered materials from both the adult and children’s areas please look for two bags.  Also, for everyone’s safety, please strictly follow the pickup guidelines posted on the outside door.

2) Curbside Pick-up

You may come to the library, and once arrived, call the library and ask that your materials be brought outside for you.  Please do not knock at the door or email.  A library staff member will bring your materials to your car.

3) Delivery

If you would like your materials delivered to your home the staff will make every effort to coordinate a volunteer to bring your materials to you.  Turnaround time may be slower than the first two options.  Also volunteers will not bring materials into your home but leave them at a prearranged safe location.

Returning Books

When you are ready to return books please use the book drop.  Do not come to the door or leave materials on the steps.  All returned materials will be quarantined for 3 days, disinfected, and returned to the shelves.

We encourage you to return new materials as soon as you are done, so that we can pass it on to the next patron after the disinfecting period.

We are not accepting book donations at this time.