Door County Libraries ditch masks, keep virtual programming

The masking advisory at Door County Libraries may have ended Monday, but you can still participate in their programs anywhere you feel comfortable. The Door County Library Board voted on May 17th to follow CDC recommendations and make masking optional. Despite the change, many of the practices the library system has undertaken over the last 15 months will remain in effect. Cleaning protocols and the availability of hand sanitizer will remain the same. Social distancing will still be encouraged and masks will be available to those who want as the safety of library users remains a priority. Many of its summer events will be held virtually or offered as a hybrid with in-person options available. Door County Library Community Relations Director Morgan Mann says it all comes down to access.

The Door County Library will kick off the month of June with expanded hours for many of its branches and its summer reading program. “Tails and Tales” is the theme this year with participants keeping track of their activities on the Beanstack app. Virtual programming as a part of the summer reading program will begin on June 14th.



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