|After close to month away for repairs, the Prince Rupert Library's|
outdoor Book Bin is back
Patrons of the Prince Rupert Public Library can once again drop off their books and other borrowed items at their own convenience, with the Library's outdoor book bin back in operation in front of the 6th Avenue West Library building.
The bin had been taken away for repairs in mid April, which meant that patrons could only return their items during the regular hours of operation for the library.
With the bins return, the Library notes that it should only be used for actual library materials and should you have any donations for the library to bring them in during their regular business hours,
In other notes related to the library, the now have a sponsor a book program in place, with the money donated by the public used for purchasing new books to add to their collection, or to replace lost and damaged ones..
Those that participate in the program will see a bookplate acknowledging their gift placed inside the book and they can if they wish, be the first person to borrow the book once it arrives.
Should your donation be twenty dollars or more, you also qualify for a tax receipt for your generosity if you desire.
To learn more about the Sponsor a Book project ask the staff at the front counter.
You can find out more information about that program and other notes on Library events from the Prince Rupert Library website or Facebook page.
More items of interest related to community events can be found on our archive page.
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