It felt like it would never happen but here we finally are! Monday, July 26 your Kingsville branch will open its doors at 9 a.m. Hours are:
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
*Hours are subject to change, please check our website for updates and follow us on social media
What can you expect?
- Face masks are mandatory when entering our space
- Sanitize your hands
- 25 people maximum in the library, no time limit
- Computer usage, 1 hour time limit
More questions? Unclear about something? Give your friendly Kingsville team a call at 226-946-1529 ext. 270
One Book, One County
We’re very excited about this program. Many communities have a version of a community book club, known as “One Book, One Community.” You’re the first to hear about Essex County Library’s launch of “One Book, One County!”
This is a wonderful opportunity to bring individuals together in the community through a shared reading experience. Our feature title will be available as an eBook and in print. All you need is an Essex County Library card, available for free to all residents of Windsor-Essex. No Holds, No Waitlists! So, get to the title you’re thinking!
We are proud to present “Emancipation Day” by Wayne Grady:
“Steeped in jazz and big-band music, spanning pre- and post-war Windsor-Detroit, St. John’s, Newfoundland, and 1950s Toronto, this is an arresting, heartwrenching novel about fathers and sons, love and sacrifice, race relations and a time in our history when the world was on the cusp of momentous change.”
Next week: Hometown Proud Giveaways