Shorewood Public Library Prepares to Offer In-Person Service

The Shorewood Public Library will offer in-person service starting Monday, June 15.  Library staff have been preparing themselves and building so they can safely welcome patrons for limited visits.

In order to maintain physical distancing, there will be fewer public computers available and computer sessions will be shorter.  There will only be one chair per table and all of the lounge seating and loveseats have been temporarily stored.  Patrons will be able to pick up their requested items themselves or via the continued curbside pickup service.  The library's Early Learning Center and train table areas will be closed for the summer.  All the details about the library's summer services can be found here.

Children are encouraged to sign up for the Summer Reading program online or in-person and to pick out books to read at home. The Teen Summer Reading Challenge will be online this year.

The library will maintain its curbside service hours for June and hopes to expand them in July and August, though they anticipate continuing limited service through the summer.  The best way to stay up-to-date on what services the library offers and their current open hours is to visit the Shorewood Public Library website.