closed in response to stop spread of covid-19

Corry Library Patrons,

Due to the mandate from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania the Library reopen date has been changed to April 6thin an effort to stop the spread of the COVID-19. We will update you accordingly of any changed to this date. At the time I hope our patrons and families are healthy and doing well. I want you to know that there are online databases that can be utilized at this time. Overdrive is a platform for eBooks and Audiobooks. It can be accessed through your library card and the instructions will be posted below. Just as the library the patron has to borrow the book and be placed on a hold list if the book is already in use. There is also Hoopla where you can access eBooks, audiobooks, music, movies and comics. A database for classes is Universal Class that offered 500 free online classes. There are also additional online databases that you have access to through the Erie County Public Library found on their database page. The links to these pages is on our database site.

All books in circulation will not accrue any fines during the closure. All of the material has a due date extended to April 13th. The book drop is open if you would like to return material during closure.

Take Care,

Kelsey Cunningham

Director

Corry Public Library