NW Library suspending curbside next week to prep move into new building

Progress continues on the new North Webster Library. (Photo Provided: NWCPL)

North Webster Community Public Library will suspend curbside service beginning June 18 while it completes the move to its new facility and prepares to open to the public. The opening date of the library’s new 20,000 square foot facility, located at 110 North Street, will be announced soon.

In the meantime, patrons can use their Evergreen library cards to access e-books, audio books and movies from the library’s website at www.nweb.lib.in.us by clicking on the e-Indiana or Hoopla icon located on the home page.

Books and materials should be returned to the book drop box currently located in the parking lot of the North Webster Community Center.

Teens and children are encouraged to continue reading during this time and keep track of their reading hours. In July, the Youth Department hopes to provide an opportunity for kids and teens to turn in their total reading hours and earn rewards.

Watch the library’s website and Facebook page for updates and notices.