Clinton Public Library continues to serve the public

Posted March 24, 2020 at 1:47 pm

Clinton County Public Library Librarian Gayla Duval issued a press release to the Clinton County News last week noting some of the changes and implementations put in place in order to continue to serve its patrons in light of the COVID-19 pandemic sitution.

“We are leaving books on the porch that people can read for free. Our WiFi will be on 8:00 am – 8:00 pm. Anyone can use it. They will be able to use it on our porch or in the parking lot. Alison, who works with the kids, is having a daily storytime online at 11:00 am. Alison has also drawn a story book that she placed on our Facebook page. I have tried to make everyone aware of the Libby app. It’s an online book and audio program. Anyone can use it. It has been opened to allow people with no library card to use their cell phone number. The address to start is We plan to try to have maybe a curb service if the patron calls to let us know what they want. If you have any questions my phone number is 387-6165.”

Gayla Duvall