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Bookmobile March 2017

The Bookmobile has been fixed!

Our new driver, Mandy, is in training and we are setting up a new stop schedule. Check back for updates soon!

Holds can still be placed and picked up at the Sandpoint Branch.


CONTACT INFO:

Bookmobile Phone:  (208) 290-3622

Driver: Mandy Place, (208) 263-6930 ext. 1252

 


WHAT IS THE BOOKMOBILE?

The bookmobile is like a small branch of the library, on wheels! It travels to the four corners of the district and carries all the types of materials that are available at the Sandpoint or Clark Fork branches. Any material – books, CDs, DVDs, magazines, games and Playaways can be requested and the drivers will bring it when it becomes available. Anything that is checked out at the bookmobile can be returned at any of the stops or at any of the other district branches.

WHY DO WE HAVE IT?

The mission of the Library District is to provide free and open access to information and ideas which are essential to a democracy.  In support of this mission, the District encourages lifelong reading and learning, supports activities important to our diverse community and is dedicated to the basic First Amendment principles of intellectual freedom and access to information without censorship. In order to serve the whole district as widely as possible and to fulfill its mission statement, the bookmobile was purchased.

HOURS

10 AM - 6 PM  Monday - Thursday
10 AM - 5 PM  Friday & Saturday

Closed Sundays and all federal holidays.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

601 Main Street
PO Box 219
Clark Fork, ID 83811

Phone: (208) 266-1321
Fax: (208) 266-1663 

HOURS

9 AM - 7 PM   Monday - Thursday
10AM - 5PM Friday & Saturday

Closed Sundays and all federal holidays. 

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

1407 Cedar Street
Sandpoint, ID 83864

Phone: (208) 263-6930
Fax: (208) 263-8320 

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