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Yucaipa Library Open for In-Branch Services; Hours Limited
If you haven’t already, check out the Yucaipa Branch Library. Doors are open for limited library services and modified hours.
Although COVID-19 conditions are continually evolving, the Yucaipa Library is open Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Library has implemented a variety of safety measures, including:
- temperature testing for all employees
- installation of sneeze guards at all service counters
- removal of some furniture to ensure proper social distancing
In addition, computer sessions have been reduced to one hour and face coverings are required for all employees and visitors.
Aside from a place to escape the heat, the library is featuring an online Summer Reading Program where students can log their reading progress for reward badges and potential prizes. Programs are organized into several age categories, with an adult program also available for participation.
County libraries also offer program kits to library card holders for weekly crafts tutorials hosted on Facebook Live. Participants follow along online and are provided with instructions and materials in a prepackaged kit available for pickup at their open local library. Patrons are also strongly encouraged to visit the County Library website to place items on hold, use self-checkout, and have access to all available eContent such as audiobooks, eBooks, and magazines.