Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Events & News

Library - Events & News - News & Media Center - News - Right - Tiny Calendar

«January 2021»
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
272829303112
346789
101113141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31123456

Library - Events & News - News & Media Center - News - Right - Categories

Categories

Library - Events & News - News & Media Center - News - Right - Tag Cloud

Tags

16902 16912 17162 17184 17202 17211 17233 17304 173114 17383 17934 17952 18114 18135 18203 18222 18313 18331 183510 183620 183710 18388 18391 18406 18421 18453 18462 18492 18512 18526 18533 18541 185615 185710 18582 18595 18604 18616 18653 18667 186713 186812 18698 18702 18727 18737 187412 187510 18766 187714 18787 18795 18807 18819 18825 188315 188425 188521 188625 188713 18888 188920 18909 189119 18927 18934 189417 189522 189618 189711 18989 189925 1899 19251 190027 190113 190218 190317 190416 190526 190617 190719 190814 190939 191019 191113 191223 191323 191425 191524 191635 1917276 1918338 191914 192015 192115 192237 192324 192426 192523 192651 192751 192836 192958 1931 193036 193110 193232 193318 193424 193523 193654 193734 193848 193942 194049 194143 194234 1942 19541 194318 194431 194544 1945 19562 1946165 194737 194832 194955 195034 195110 195216 195332 195455 195562 195671 195753 195832 195923 196061 196116 196220 196363 196424 196529 196643 196722 196889 196951 197032 197133 197238 197354 197435 197542 197664 197757 197859 197950 198058 198133 198248 198349 198434 198562 198649 198749 198832 198923 199028 199116 199234 199336 199418 199524 199612 199717 199810 199923 20009 20015 200219 200314 200415 200510 200615 200713 200810 200911 201011 201115 20127 20135 20147 20157 20163 20173 44 BC1 Alamo Stadium1 AlamoBowl1 Arneson1 Battle of Flowers2 Carol Burnett1 Central Library1 Every Child Ready to Read4 Eyes of Texas1 fairy tales2 Fatal Corner1 Food Bank1 Gardening1 Ghost Tracks1 Hawaii Five-O1 Hemisfair '681 Henry B. Gonzales1 Ira Attebury1 Jim Croce1 Kids1 Little Read Wagon4 Millers Pond1 Northridge Park1 play and learn3 Queen1 Remind1 Scottish Rite1 segregation1 Shah of Iran1 snow1 Soundgarden1 Spurs4 SRV1 Star Wars Holiday Special1 Supermall1 Taco Cabana2 teacher workshops1 Train robbery1 UTSA1 WII2 World War I5 WWI476 WWI 19771 WWII1

Molly Pruitt Library to temporarily suspend Contact-Free Pickup service from June 29 through July 13

News & Announcements

Molly Pruitt Library to temporarily suspend Contact-Free Pickup service from June 29 through July 13

North East Independent School District to temporarily close all locations, including Pruitt Library, to limit spread of COVID-19

SAN ANTONIO (June 30, 2020) – As a result of North East Independent School District's (NEISD) decision to close all locations to limit the spread of COVID-19, San Antonio Public Library's (SAPL) Molly Pruitt Library will temporarily close from June 29 through July 13. In an effort to continue to provide uninterrupted library services, during this closure, library materials on reserve and available to be picked up at the Pruitt Library will be mailed to patrons. Reservations of library materials after this Thursday, July 2, will be available for pickup at the Thousand Oaks Branch Library.  Library patrons will be notified once these materials are available for Contact-Free Pickup.   The book drop at Pruitt Library will not be accepting returns during this time.  SAPL’s Digital Library is also available online at mysapl.org/digital.

 By way of background, NEISD operates the Pruitt Library as a public library in a partnership with the City of San Antonio. The Pruitt Library also serves as the high school library. NEISD announced on Sunday, June 28, the closure of all school locations in response to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the San Antonio and Bexar County area. Pruitt Library is expected to resume Contact-Free Pickup on July 14. For questions, please call 210-207-2500 Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. or visit ask.mysapl.org to chat with a SAPL librarian.

-###-

 The San Antonio Public Library: changing lives through the power of information, imagination, and ideas.

For more than 110 years, the award-winning San Antonio Public Library (SAPL), has been a vital center for free learning, knowledge, communication, culture and enjoyment within the City of San Antonio and for all Bexar County residents. The Library system is comprised of a world-class Central Library, 28 branch libraries and a library outlet at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. Collections include an extensive collection of eBooks, eAudiobooks, movies and music as well as physical items such as printed books and DVDs. All locations are hubs for Wi-Fi broadband access and provide access to computers and other digital technology. In addition, Central Library and branches offer programs to serve the needs and interests of the community, including programs for all ages that support early childhood literacy, education, culture and economic development. For more information, visit mysapl.org. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @mysapl.

 San Antonio: America’s 21st Century City

 San Antonio is a global city with a dynamic economy and workforce, a deep cultural heritage and diverse communities that are resilient and welcoming. It is one of the strongest fiscally managed cities in the country, nurturing entrepreneurship, encouraging investment and funding infrastructure. America’s seventh-largest city offers a vibrant business climate and growth opportunities in bioscience, financial services, aerospace, cybersecurity, energy, transportation, manufacturing and healthcare. In 2015, UNESCO designated San Antonio’s 18th century Spanish colonial missions as a World Heritage Site – the first in Texas. Proudly called Military City, USA®, San Antonio is home to one of the largest populations of active duty military, veterans and crucial military commands. For more information, visit www.sanantonio.gov.

Print
Categories: Press Release
Tags:
Rate this article:
5.0