Windsor Public Library:
Doing Our Best to Stay Safe
 

To protect the health of us all, the Windsor Public Library closed our building on Tuesday, March 17th and will stay closed indefinitely, coinciding with state and local recommendations relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. Library staff will be working primarily from home but can be reached via phone or email.

Due to the latest recommendations, we are sadly no longer offering curbside delivery of books or DVDs, and we ask you to please keep any books or DVDs you currently have out for now and not leave them in our drop box.

Windsor Public Library does have many e-books and audiobooks available through our website which you can check-out with your library card. Are you a Windsor resident who doesn't currently have a library card, but you'd like to access e-books, etc.? Please email librarian@windsorlibrary.org with your name, address, phone number, and we will set you up with a temporary library card so you can do this.

As this situation evolves, we will let you know regarding any changes. Thank you for your support of Windsor Public Library. Please stay safe and healthy, check out some of our virtual programs and we hope to see you all soon.

Are you looking for more information on COVID-19? Go to https://www.healthvermont.gov/response/infectious-disease/2019-novel-coronavirus