The Moline Public Library is closed today (we’re off celebrating the holidays in the style of the mid-19th century, as all good librarians do) but we’ll be back tomorrow for our normal operating hours.
Here’s hoping that your holidays have been happy and that your New Year looks promising indeed!
*Okay, it’s actually a would cut by Winslow Homer from 1858 called The Christmas Tree.
The Moline Public Library will be closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, but we will be
full and sleepy open again on Saturday, November 25 for normal operating hours.
The library will be open for normal operating hours on Monday, November 13.
We’re closed today in honor of all the days we (and all the other businesses, factories offices, etc., of this great nation) are not closed.
We’re celebrating American labor by gathering together all of our non-working dependents and retired relatives and providing them with sustenance in the form of an enormous and bountiful barbecue. There could be a metaphor or message in that somewhere, but I’m off today so I will look for it tomorrow. Who wants a burger?
The library will resume normal business hours starting tomorrow at 9am.
This Thursday, August 24, we’ll be off getting better at what we do, but we will be back tomorrow at 9:00am.
Normal service hours will resume July 5th. Have a happy and SAFE 4th of July!