March 14, 2020
Tonganoxie Public Library opened its new location Monday at Fourth and Shawnee streets, but now is closing until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic. Director Nicole Holifield announced Friday night via social media that the the library would be closed for about a week.
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There is a vacancy on the Tonganoxie Public Library board. A Tonganoxie city resident or resident within the Tonganoxie USD 464 school district boundaries is eligible to apply. A term on the board is expiring and the incumbent has announced that he will not pursue reappointment to another four-year term.
Tonganoxie Public Library is closed today and Saturday due to heightened pandemic precautions. Library officials posted Thursday that the library would be closed for two days.
Local residents now can utilize study rooms at Tonganoxie Public Library. The library recently announced that it was making the rooms available to the public 9 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays at the library in one-hour increments.
The Tonganoxie Public Library re-opened Monday, though some services won’t be available just yet. Patrons can visit the library for in-person pickups for holds, fax and copier services, laptops summer reading prize and supply pickup and curbside service. The library collection will be partially available.
The Tonganoxie Public Library will open Monday, though some services won’t be available just yet. Patrons can visit the library for in-person pickups for holds, fax and copier services, laptops summer reading prize and supply pickup and curbside service.
If you’re feeling a presence in Tonganoxie, your Jedi powers do not deceive you. Darth Vader is on the loose in the Leavenworth County community, and he’s taking selfies to boot.
The Friends of the Tonganoxie Library are encouraging residents to participate in the Tonganoxie Super Duper Chalk Drawing contest while practicing proper social distancing, though you have just a few more days to enter.
The Tonganoxie Public Library is starting to offer some services again as it cautiously moves toward opening its doors again. The library launched its curbside pickup program starting Friday. Library cardholders can place orders for curbside pick-up, which started Tuesday For curbside pickup, patrons can: 1. Place items on hold using the library website catalog, email through our website at tonganoxielibrary.org/contact/ or call 913-845-3281.