Princeton Public Library Announces Closure Extension

According to Governer Pritzker’s shelter-in-place order, Princeton Public Library is extending its closure until further notice. The library asks that you hold onto all materials and do not use the library book drop.  All due dates are extended until the library announces it’s reopening and no overdue fees will accrue during the closure. For non residents whose annual accounts would expire in March or April, your privileges have been extended until the library is able to reopen so that you can take advantage of their digital libraries. For those with Internet access, check the e-book and digital audiobook options on their website for Overdrive/Libby, Axis 360, and BiblioBoard options.

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