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Library Rules

Your Library wants to provide a friendly environment. The days of whispering conversation and “shussing” in the Children’s Department are gone! We do expect our young patrons to follow just a few rules of courtesy though, that will make the Library a pleasant place for everybody.

Kids:

1. Please avoid shouting or screaming in the Library.
2. Running, shoving, continuous “in and out” of the Library, and playing in the elevator and staircase are not acceptable behavior.
3. No food or drink is permitted in the Library.
4. When a patron is in the Library, he or she must be using Library materials -- your Library is a place for learning and recreational reading – it is not a playground.
5. Please be courteous to other patrons by not reading over their shoulders, whether it be at a table or at the computer.
6. Please keep Library materials clean and dry, and return or renew them promptly.
7. When using the "loft" reading area, please don't throw toys down to the floor, push the ceiling tiles or jump around.  This area is for sitting only and enjoying a story. 

Parents:

The Library is a great place for education and entertainment, especially for families. It is a place to both satisfy and spark curiosity – a place where parents and kids can connect. Make your Library a regular stop in your weekly errands. Spend time together.

In an effort to provide Library services and programming, the Library staff asks your cooperation in the supervision of your children. Children, too young to entertain themselves with Library materials may not be left in the Children’s Room unattended. Children 8 and under must be with the parent.