RI public libraries received notification on Saturday, March 21, that the Department of Health has advised us to remain closed, in line with the schools, until April 6 as part of the state’s coronavirus response and mitigation efforts. The Ashaway Free Library will comply with this recommendation. We hope to be able to reopen on April 6, but this may change.
*All materials currently checked out will be due on May 1.
*All library cards which were set to expire between now and April 30 have been given a new expiration date of May 1. This allows you to continue to use your card for electronic resources.
*The ability to place holds has temporarily been suspended. The delivery service is also suspended, at least until April 6.
*Holds currently waiting on the shelf will have extended pickup dates of at least one week after the library reopens.
*You can access electronic books and audiobooks through the Rhode Island eZone here.
*Our WiFi is accessible all day, every day, from the library’s parking lot and grounds.
We hope this information is helpful. Please email the library at firstname.lastname@example.org with any other questions.
Stay safe and well, library friends.