The Morse Institute Library in Natick has announced it is reopening to in-person visits of one hour or less beginning on Monday, Aug. 10.
- The Morse Express plan includes lots of rules:
- In-person visits are limited to one hour and one person per family.
- Face coverings must be worn and social distancing standards must be followed
- Browsing is limited to the main level and all soft seating has been removed (remaining seats are spaced for safety). Library staff can grab stuff for you from other floors.
- Teen and kids’ materials have been shifted to the main floor for browsing
- Computer access limited to one 45-minute session per day by appointment by calling 508-647-6520
Scanning, printing, copying, and faxing on our Main Level is available.
- Reference assistance is available virtually at Research Terminal on the Main Level or from home using our Digital Branch
Monday – Friday
9am-10am (seniors & at-risk)
Contactless Pickup is still be available for patrons who choose to use this service, and contactless delivery is available as well for those who cannot come to the building.
Bacon Free Library remains limited to curbside pickup Monday-Friday 10am-4pm, though also has added fun games outside on its grounds.
In Wellesley, the main branch of the library has opened for a similar sort of in-person experience on Aug. 3.
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