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)
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.