Starting June 1, the Cloquet Public Library will be offering limited computer access, according to a news release.
Patrons can reserve one 45-minute session per week. Three computers with printing capability are available during these times only: Monday through Thursday from 3:30-6 p.m. and Friday from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
To reserve a 45-minute session, residents are asked to call 218-879-1531 on the day you would like to use the computer. Times will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.
People are asked to arrive at the library promptly for their scheduled session and wait in the lobby until a staff member escorts them inside.
Slots will be limited to 45 minutes and cannot be extended. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, library staff cannot provide computer assistance. Everyone must wear a mask in the library.
Printing will be available, but staff members will not be making change. Only one person will be allowed in the study room.
Computer rooms will be cleaned between patrons.
People will not be allowed to browse, but will be able to pick up items they request following the library's curbside pickup guidelines.
Anyone with questions should call the library at 218-879-1531.