Everything changes, even at the Pulaski Public Library. One of the most recent changes for patrons is the new log-on procedure for the use of the public computers. Now a library card is required for patrons to use the computers.
Patrons who already have a card should check in at the desk to be sure their information is updated. Those patrons who need a library card will need two forms of identi?cation, one with a photo ID, such as a driver?s license, permit, school or non-driver ID. The other form of identi?cation needs to show the patron?s current address.
School age children are able to possess their own card, but a parent or guardian must sign for them and show the proper ID.
Obtaining your ?rst library card is free. Replacement cards cost $3.00. Computers are for free public use with access to the internet. There is a 1 hour time limit per person per day.
In addition to public access to the computers, the library card is needed to check out books, videos, CDs and Books on tape. The library card also allows access to the North Country Library System from a home computer. Stop by the library for a bookmark with all of the information you need or go to: http://www.northcountrylibraries.org/
The Pulaski Public Library is open for 47 hours a week thanks to its volunteers. Hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00-5:00, Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00-7:00 and Saturday 9:30-12:30. A book drop is available on the driveway side of the library 24 hours a day.
The Pulaski Public Library accepts gently used books all year.
All of these services are FREE. Please come and take advantage of what your local library has to offer.