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Closure Dates Ahead for the Montville Township Public Library

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Montville Township Public Library Credits: Melissa Benno

MONTVILLE, NJ – A message from the Director of the Montville Township Public Library.

Dear Montville Township Library Patrons,

It's June! Each June the library modifies its hours to accommodate overflow parking for High School and Middle School graduations. This year, we will observe the following early closure schedule:

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June 19th & 20th - 5 pm Closing for Graduations

In addition, we close for a few days so that food trucks and concession stands can set up in the parking lot for the Montville Township "July 4th" Celebration. This year the affected dates are:

June 22nd, 23rd & 24th - Library closed for the township’s 4th of July Celebration

After 22 years, and thousands of footsteps, new carpeting will be installed at the Library in July. For the safety of our patrons, we will be closed from Monday July 3rd through Saturday July 8th. The library will reopen on Sunday, July 9th, at noon.

Remember, while the library is closed, you may use your Montville Township Library card at any of the libraries in the M.A.I.N. Library system. We invite you all to join the Montville Township Public Library 2017 Summer Reading Program. We have events, classes and prizes galore for children, teens and adults. Signups begin on Wednesday, June 26. Check our website for details at www.montvillelibrary.org. See you at the library!

Allan M. Kleiman, MLS, Library Director, Montville Township Public Library

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