Wabash County Moves to "Orange Status"; Masks Recommended in Library, Required for In-Person Programming
As of January 6th, properly worn face masks are recommended inside the library. Due to the county Covid metrics moving to "orange status", the North Manchester Public Library will resume recommending the use of properly worn face masks while in the library. Masks are still required for any in-person programming.
"As the community is aware, NMPL has service strategies in place based on the County Pandemic Metrics," shares Diane Randall, Library Director. "The Library Board has approved the service strategies for every State Pandemic Metric color. The library’s pandemic service strategies spreadsheet provides a transparent consistent 'plan in place' during these challenging times. If the county status changes in the future to a different metric color, the library will adapt to address this change in services."
Wabash County’s status is currently orange. The library’s service strategies for orange status are:
If you are uncomfortable coming into the library for any reason, we encourage you to use our curbside service or Libby, our free e-library.
The mission of the North Manchester Public Library is to provide materials, programs, and services necessary to meet the recreational and educational needs of the community in an easily-accessible facility, which is a community center of activity and information.