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Morton-James Public Library is currently working under an alternative service model to accommodate COVID-19 health safety measures. Patrons should reserve materials online or by phone. Library staff will pull the items for patrons and have them ready for pick up from the South entrance lobby in a bag with the patron’s last name attached.
The Library will be open for pick-ups Monday-Thursday 9:00-6:00 and Friday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM. Closed Saturdays.
New books and new books on CD are available to browse in the Kimmel Gallery. A mask and use of hand sanitizer is required to browse.
Please return all materials in the outdoor drop box.
Effective immediately there will be a delay checking in returned items.
For the protection of the community returned items will be quarantined for 7 days. There will be no fines issued to items in quarantine.
One computer station is available for 30 minutes per day by appointment only. Call 402-873-5609 or email email@example.com. This allows staff time to sanitize the work station properly between appointments.
Until further notice there is no copy machine access. The Library Wi-fi can be accessed from our parking lot area 24 hours a day.
Click here for instructions on how to reserve materials online.
Upcoming in-person programming has been cancelled.
Please call 402-873-5609 if you have book or film requests or need assistance in accessing the databases and other online features. Reach Library Staff via email for your questions or requests as well, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Morton-James Public Library offers many services that can be accessed online. Click here to learn how to access these features.
Click here to view the Virtual Story Time for October!
Voter Registration 2020
The deadline to register to vote in Nebraska is October 23rd, 2020. Paper forms can be picked up in the Library in both English and Spanish. Online registration is CLOSED. You will still be able to register in person at your County Election Office until 6:00 PM on October 23.