Window renovations are progressing nicely, but there’s a lot of work left to do. Here are our hours for the coming days:
Friday, May 24: 11am-5pm Saturday, May 25: 8am-1pm Sunday, May 26: Closed Monday, May 27: Closed, Memorial Day Tuesday, May 28: 4-7pm Wednesday, May 29: 4-7pm Thursday, May 30: 4-7pm Friday, May 31: 4-7 pm Saturday, June 1: 10am-1pm
Our interior window restoration project began May 16. This is a big job, but a lot of work has been done in just 2 days. Jay Tietjens of Tietjens Painting and Carpentry has been hard at work stripping and sanding the north window of the young adult section and even managed to get it stained today! With a new coat of stain, you can still see the beautiful woodgrain of this 110-year-old yellow pine window.
Because this is smelly work, the library cannot be open while the work is in-progress. So, we will have some different hours for the rest of the month. Here are the hours for the coming week:
On May 16, ONLY the CHILDREN’S ROOM will be open 4:00-7:00 PM. The Upstairs will be CLOSED all day. There will be no public computer access available. Wi-Fi will still be accessible on personal devices.
We’re having some work done! Our interior window renovation work is beginning on May 16th. As this is the first day of the project, we will be getting a feel for how smelly it is. We are planning on opening the CHILDREN’S ROOM ONLY at 4 PM on the 16th. We will try our best to provide some new and popular adult and young adult materials downstairs, as well. However, there will be NO public computer access on this day! After the project gets under way, we will know more about which hours and departments can be open when. This project is estimated to last about one month. Throughout the course of the project we will do our best to be open as much as we can and due to our odd hours, we will be lenient with fines. Please visit our website, Facebook page, or give us a call to find out what our hours are going to be for the day.
You can now access Free Illinois DMV driving tests from Driving-Tests.org through Schmaling Memorial Public Library. Just click on the “Start Now” button above (or the image located on the left hand side of the library’s home page) and you will be directed to Driving-Tests.org’s range of practice driving tests covering everything from car and motorcycle tests to CDL tests and driving handbooks. Whether you’re a new driver just getting your license or you just need to bone up on those obscure road signs, you’ll find tools to prepare before that big exam!