SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood Public Library resumes its Saturday hours on September 12. For the past three summers, the Spotswood Public Library has been closed on Saturdays at the end of June and throughout July and August. The Main Street library remains closed to the public because of the coronavirus pandemic, but is open for takeout service and other contact less activities like its popular adult and kids craft programs. On Saturday, September 12, it will once again be open for its current services from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The library has a full agenda of virtual programming in addition to its takeout service. Patrons can find out more about its takeout service on the library's website. Information about virtual programming can be found on the website or the Spotswood Public Library's Facebook page. Books and other library materials can be returned to the outdoor book drop. Late fines are currently being waived according to Spotswood Public Library Director C.L. Quillen.
Returned books and library materials are being quarantined for seven days before being placed back into circulation.