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Dare County Library reopens facilities at all three locations

The Dare County Library’s locations in Manteo, Kill Devil Hills and Hatteras Village have reopened facilities for browsing and borrowing, as well as some additional limited services.

In-library services are available Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Manteo and Kill Devil Hills locations. The Hatteras Village library location offers limited indoor services Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For customers that prefer their library location’s curbside services, such services will continue to be available for customers who are not yet comfortable entering the library, as well as for the elderly and parents who have small children.

Curbside services will be available by appointment Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Manteo and Kill Devil Hills locations. The Hatteras Village library location will offer curbside services by appointment Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to noon.

The public is welcomed back inside the Dare County Library locations with several limits and reminders:

– Per the North Carolina Governor’s Executive Order, face masks that cover the nose and mouth will be required to be worn by patrons.

– Library staff members will remind patrons to continue to practice social distancing.

– All users are requested to limit their library visits to 30 minutes or less.

– Computer users will be limited to one single computer session per day.

– There will be very limited seating available.

For library locations with meeting rooms, there will still be no meeting room use at this time.

There will be no in-person library programs at this time, but virtual programs for adults will continue and weekly preschool activity kits for children will continue to be available to take home. New themed kits will be available beginning every Wednesday.

The announcement stated that Dare County Library staff is delighted to welcome customers back into its facilities and is also pleased to continue to serve customers who prefer curbside services.

For more information, call the specific Dare County Library location: Manteo: 252-473-2372; Kill Devil Hills: 252-441-4331; and Hatteras Village: 252-986-2385.

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