The Library is Reopening June 1st, 2020!

May 28, 2020

The Musser Public Library & HNI Community Center is excited to announce that as part of our Phased Reopening process, we are opening our doors to the public again on June 1st, 2020 at 10am! We will have reduced services (all the details can be found here) as well as reduced hours (M-F 10-6pm, Sat 10-2pm, & Sun 1-3pm). All the meeting rooms and study rooms will also be closed until further notice. All programming and events are also canceled until further notice. We have to limit the number of patrons and staff in the building to 5o people at...

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Library Update

May 7, 2020

We are happy to announce that we have successfully begun our Contactless Curbside Pickup. We’ve been busy getting materials off the shelves and scheduling pickups to get them to you. It’s a delight to see our patrons again and get back to a small semblance of normalcy. Thank you to everyone for your patience as we get this new-to-us service off the ground. There’s still a few hiccups here and there but overall, things are running smoothly.For all the nuts & bolts, check out our Curbside Delivery FAQ.    And we are closely monitoring the situation in the state as...

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Contactless Curbside Pickup Starting Monday, May 4th!

April 30, 2020

We are excited to announce that we are starting Contactless, Curbside Pickup, on Monday, May 4th! For all the details visit our Curbside Pickup FAQ. Starting this Friday, patrons will be able to place holds on only Musser items and once you are notified they are ready, you have to call (563-263-3065 ext. 1) down to the library and schedule a pickup time. Pickup times are: M-F 10am to 4pm Saturday 10am to 2pm Sunday 1pm-3pm The pickup point will be located at the North entrance of the library. When you call we will explain how it all works or...

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Spring Has Sprung!

April 20, 2020

We’ve finally got our first nice weather of the year and with any luck, the snow is gone for good. It’s a delight to see the new green leaf buds and the flowers opening on the fruit trees. Getting outside and breathing some fresh air seems like a true gift these days. We are staying busy at the library, catching up on long, overdue projects like inventorying our entire collection which is close to 80,000 items and cleaning all our materials! We are also regularly adding several new eBook & eAudiobook titles to our Overdrive collection (You can also view...

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Dispatches From Your Library

April 16, 2020

Good morning! Somehow we are entering into the 5th week of our temporary closure. And we can’t wait to get back open and sharing all our incredible resources. But even though our doors are closed we still have all kinds of great resources that you can access remotely. Just to recap, here’s a few: Free, downloadable items, like eBooks(Overdrive), eMusic(Freegal), eMagazines(RBDigital), and eNewspapers(New York Times) We also have several databases, like ValueLine Investments, ReferenceUSA, and others that can also be free accessed at home. Visit our Databases page for the whole list. Tons of great programming courtesy of our amazing...

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From Our Friends at the Y

April 13, 2020

We wanted to share this resource sheet for families provided by the Y. If you have additional questions please use the contact information on the flyer. Thanks! ~Bobby Covid 19 Resources

Welcome To Our New Blog!

April 9, 2020

Welcome to our new blog! We have just built this new blog into our website to keep you updated during this unprecedented time. First we’ll go over some nuts & bolt to get everyone up to speed and then we’ll talk about what the library still has to offer even though our doors are currently closed. In light of recent events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the library has significantly altered our services in order to comply with Federal, State, & Local guidelines and more specifically, ensure the safety our patrons and staff. Most recently, Governor Reynolds signed an executive...

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