Coeur d’Alene Library set to reopen in June

COEUR d’ALENE, Idaho — The Coeur d’Alene Library is set to reopen in June.

The opening will correspond with Phase 3 of Governor Little’s Rebound Plan, which allows more than 50 people at gatherings.

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According to Library Director Bette Ammon, the library will reopen June 1, with permission from the Panhandle Health District.

Until then, the library will continue providing online programs for kids, as well as curbside pickup for learning materials.

You can learn more HERE.

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