Fri Jul 17th, 2020
Ignacio Community Library
The fireworks are definitely flying for us here at the library this month, because we are reopening! On Wednesday, July 1 the Ignacio Community Library unlock their doors to the public, and excited to see their patrons once again, but there will be some regulations we must follow.
Remaining socially distant, plexie sneeze guards, masks, and limiting the amount of daily patrons may all be present when we open our doors, but we will do our best to make the transition as easy as possible for everyone.
Please visit our website, ignaciolibrary.org, or Facebook page to see any updates and to read through a more detailed plan of our reopening.
Interested in learning how to use Zoom?
Throughout the month of July the ICL will be offering in-person, socially distanced appointments for people who want to learn how to use Zoom on their computer or smartphone so that they can better access meetings and other events that are taking place in our post-coronavirus world.
If you would like to learn how to use Zoom and would like to make an appointment during the month of July please call the library at 970-563-9287 and ask for Andrew Hutchinson! Feel free to also email him at email@example.com
Hey all you adults! The kids are beating you this summer! So don’t forget you can log the books you read on the READsquared app too. The more you read the more prizes you could be eligible to win!
You can still register, call us or visit our website under the Summer Reading tab.
Coming in August…
Mosquito Talk, Saturday, August 8 at 11 a.m.
ICL will be hosting a Zoom meeting with Timothy Wineguard, a professor of history and political science at Colorado Mesa University, and author of a new novel The Mosquito: A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator.
There will be a meeting ID for this Zoom meeting published in August’s newsletter, as well as made available on our website for anyone interested. Come join in this meeting as Mr. Wineguard discusses his book and all sorts of other interesting facts about a small organism that has had such a large impact on human history!