Griffith Mobile Library back on road

The Griffith and Murrumbidgee Mobile Library is back on the road, following a break due to COVID-19 lockdown.

Western Riverina Libraries (WRL) Manager, Karen Tagliapietra said, the Mobile Library was a well utilised and valued community service and it was great to have it back on the road.

“The Mobile Library will resume its visits to all of our usual spots at Yenda, Coleambally and Darlington Point, as well as in and around Griffith,” said Ms Tagliapietra.

“We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our Mobile Library, but remind users to please be vigilant as we keep COVID-safe.”

The Griffith and Murrumbidgee Mobile Library visits the township of Darlington Point at Murrumbidgee Council’s Darlington Point Administration Office, the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Coleambally office, the Coleambally township and Yenda township.

The Mobile Library will visit Coleambally on 22 September, Darlington Point on 23 September and Yenda on 24 September.

Onboard visitors can browse and borrow books and DVDs, access free Wi-Fi, and speak with experienced Library staff about all things reading and research.

Visitors to the Mobile Library must adhere to all COVID-safe requirements including social distancing, good hygiene and not attending if you are feeling unwell. Visitors are reminded to check in using the Service NSW QR code and use hand sanitiser provided. One person, or one family group will be permitted at a time to adhere to the 4sqm capacity rule.

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