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Lincoln news for Dec. 10

LINCOLN — The Lincoln Library is responding to the Governor’s latest guidance concerning the uptick in COVID-19 cases by moving back one phase in browsing guidelines for patrons. This means that they will be encouraging curbside pick up for patrons, limiting inside browsing to smaller time slots, and requiring appointments for computer usage. Masks and sanitizer are still required, and available.
Since the library is encouraging curbside pickup, here is an idea the kids are sure to love … Curbside For Kids! Call the library at 453-2665 and put in your request for a collection of children’s books they can read during the long nights ahead. Give them a theme like holiday, winter, trucks, animals, legends and fairy tales and they will get 6 to 8 books together for you to pick up. Happy reading!
Stop by the library on Wednesday, Dec. 16, as there will be a holiday make and take craft for the kids to do at home. These crafting packs will be on the table outside of the library. Enjoy!
The Library will be closed Thursday, Dec. 24, Friday, Dec. 25, Saturday, Dec. 26, Thursday, Dec. 31, and Friday, Jan. 1, for the holiday season. The library will be open Saturday, Jan. 2, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
SAVE THE DATE 
Winter recess for MAUSD students will be Wednesday, Dec. 23 – Friday, Jan. 1. 
Until next time … If You Don’t Step Forward, You’ll Always Be In The Same Place. 99% Of Things You Worry About Never Happen. Beautiful Things Happen When You Distance Yourself From The Negative.
 

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