News from Banning Library District
“Effective May 21, 2020, you may be allowed to pick up your holds.
Here’s how it works:
1. You may put a hold on items by calling, emailing, or using your account online.
2. We’ll call you when your items are ready for pickup.
3. Once you are at the library, you’ll call our front desk and identify yourself.
4. We’ll check your items out and we’ll bring the items out to you.
For safety of our employees and other patrons, the Banning Library still requires patrons and staff to wear a face mask. We reserve the right to refuse service to any patron that does not comply with this safety requirement.
All items will be cleaned and or sanitized before we give them out to you. We recommend you bring a bag or two if you believe you’ll need them.
If there’s a book that you’ll like that isn’t in our catalog you may fill out a Zip Book Request and have it delivered to your house at no charge.
1. Please return all books in the book-drop. Staff will frequently remove books from the book-drop throughout the day.
2. Do not put any DVDs in the book-drop. Please call the front desk if you have any DVDs to return.
There won’t be any late fees until further notice.
If you have fees or fines you can mail a check to us or pay with credit card over the phone.
New from the Banning Library District
To see our tutorial please click or tap on:
Banning Library District Hoopla Walkthrough
The Banning Library District has subcribed to Hoopla Digital click the image below and gain access to a new 24/7 digital library!! All you need is a Library card.
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A Walk Through Video on How to Use Our Online Catalog
Due to the Coronavirus, Banning Library District is closing from March 17th to April 30th Based on recent recommendations from public health officials, staff and Board of Trustees made this decision at an emergency meeting. Our top priority at this time is safety of our staff and patrons.
We are taking precautionary measures. All library programs and activities are suspended at this time. Our meetings rooms are also unavailable.
To prevent the spread of the virus, please do not bring your books during this period. Book drops will be locked. Late fees are waived. Your due dates are also extended.
Banning Library will have digital services available to our library cardholders during this closure period. Patrons can still check audio books, digital books, World Books, Zinio, Mango Languages, Chilton Library, Gale Legal Forms, and DMV practice exams.
While we are closed, we plan to clean our facility and collection.
Thank you for your support. Thank you for understanding during this time.
-Banning Library District-
For more information about Coronavirus:
Stop Spread of Germs Info Graphic
COVID-19 CDC Fact-Sheet
Riverside County Coronavirus
CA Meals for Kids app information
For information about online reading sources:
11 Free Reading Websites for Kids
Due to the Coronavirus situation, Banning Library District is allowing up to eight books per person
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