Goshen Public Library back open three days a week

The Goshen Public Library is reopening three days a week, beginning today.

The library will be open every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. for people to use essential services related to unemployment applications, SNAP (Nutritional Assistance Program) and other benefits.

During this time, fax, photocopying and scanner stations will be available for emergencies or highly important documents only.

To use a computer, you must first contact the library to make an appointment either by phone – (574) 533-9531 – or by using the library’s contact form.

The library is also limiting the number of people who can be inside at the same time, and security measures will be enforced.

Books and other materials are still not available to look at, or check out.

You can read the full statement issued by the library below.

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