The Martensville Library is once again welcoming patrons to come inside and browse and check out items. The library re-opened its doors on August 31 to in-person visits after operating only a curbside pickup service since June 22. Inside, the library space looks a little different and there are social distancing rules in place to help keep everyone safe. Capacity is limited to 12 persons, so at times, patrons may be asked to wait before entry. Hand sanitizing stations are set up at the entrance and throughout the library. Masks are recommended when visiting the library. Public computer access is available but patrons are asked to phone ahead and book an appointment time. Patrons are asked to come for quick visits and limit touching to items that they are wishing to take with them.
At this time, all library programs are limited to online programs. Wheatland Regional Library has a series of money related seminars scheduled in September and October. Registration is free and open to all by emailing ProgramManager@wheatland.sk.ca. Stay connected with the library on Facebook & Instagram for details of changing hours and when programming may return.
Library hours are currently
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Tuesday & Thursday: 9:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Saturday 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM.
Library staff is happy to welcome everyone back into the library space and to be able to see our patrons face to face or mask to mask, as may be the case.