Overbrook Library is working to restore library services, while also trying to minimize the risk to our library patrons and staff. In order to meet this challenge, we will be implementing a phased reopening plan approved by the Library Board on 5/5/2020. We will move into “Phase 2” and begin curbside delivery service of locally …
As you may have heard, the Gov. announced statewide reopening plans Thursday evening (4/30/20) and libraries are included among the business that are able to begin reopening in Phase 1 when the stay-at-home order ends starting Monday, 5/4/20. The statewide reopening plan is available here: https://covid.ks.gov/ad-astra-a-plan-to-reopen-kansas/ The Library remains closed at this time, as we …
Overbrook Library Board Monthly meeting will be online only. The meeting is available to join online at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86531378906 , or via phone at 1-312-626-6799 and enter the meeting id 86531378906. Please note this is a long distance call. If you wish to speak at the meeting contact the director at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 30 minutes …
In order to ensure the safety of our board members, as well as any members of the public interested in attending the library board meetings. Overbrook Library Board will meet only virtually during our COVID-19 closure. We are planning to continue to meet via zoom during our regularly scheduled board meeting time at 6pm on …
Due to current State and National Guidance on COVID-19, Overbrook Public Library will be extending our closure indefinitely. Our re-opening date will be announced when determined via website, library signage and phone message. Call 785-665-7266 and leave a message or e-mail email@example.com for assistance during our closure.
The health and safety of our community, patrons and staff are always our top priority at the Overbrook Public Library. On Monday, March 16 the White House COVID-19 task force made the recommendation that gatherings be limited to no more than 10 people and that gathering places in states that have had community transmission of …