It's safe to say that COVID-19 has changed just about every part of our daily lives and routines; from social-distancing precautions to rescheduled events, it's been quite the year. Patrons of the Superior Public Library have been lucky to be able to access the resources available almost the entire time - first with online options and now with in-person, appointment-based visits.

As the library looks towards the remainder of the year, they're pleased to announce their plans to hold their annual book sale - coming at some point in the future. In order to get ready for the book sale - and, to make sure that they have enough materials on hand, they're starting to accept donations.

Starting on September 9, they'll be accepting your donations of gently-used books and other materials.  Donations will be accepted every Wednesday - between the hours of 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM at the front entrances to the library.  According to information posted on their website and social media, books must be dropped off in boxes - in order to adhere to COVID-19 restrictions.  During that time period, members of the Friends of the Library will be there to help collect your donations and to answer any questions you might have.

One important thing to remember:  the library asks that you don't drop your donations off inside of the outdoor book drop.  That book drop is reserved for use for patrons who are returning their checked-out library materials.  In addition, the placement of book donations will counter-act the pandemic protocols that are in place.

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At the present time, there isn't an exact date yet for the upcoming book sale.  Keep checking their website or social media for an announcement.  The book sale is used by the Friends of the Library to raise funds that are used in a variety of direct ways to benefit the Superior Public Library.