Kalamazoo Public Library wants their books back, plans to reopen

The library will begin accepting returns June 15 and will reopen with limitations June 22.

The Kalamazoo Public Library is gearing up to accept returns starting Monday, June 15.

The library has been closed since the governor issued stay-at-home orders in March.

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Returns will be accepted from noon to 6pm Monday through Thursday at all branches. The central branch will also accept returns on Friday.

All returned materials will be quarantined for 72 hours to ensure staff safety.

The libraries plan to reopen June 22 with limited service and reduced hours. They will also offer curbside pickup.

You can read the announcement on the library’s website.

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