Service Announcement

  • Cross Lanes Branch will be closed Friday, July 1 for repairs.
  • All KCPL locations will be closed Monday, July 4 for the Independence Day Holiday and will reopen Tuesday, July 5.
  • Main's Study Rooms will be unavailable Tuesday, July 5 through Friday, July 8 due to a technology install.
  • Main's Drive-Up Window will be closed from July 18 through August 8.
  • Due to staffing restrictions, we are unable to provide Pop-Up Library Service at the Booker T. Washington Community Center for the month of July. Service will continue at the Tompkins House.

KCPL Launches Pop-Up Library Services

Kanawha County Public Library Launches Pop-Up Library Services
The Kanawha County Public Library is proud to announce the launch of Pop-Up Library services beginning February 1. The Pop-Up Library will provide an extension of library services to under-served areas of Kanawha County. KCPL staff will visit specific locations across the county each week to allow patrons to browse, return materials and pick up library holds. The KCPL library van will transport staff and materials to each location, and these services will remain in place until Bookmobile service is restored.

“Providing rural Kanawha County communities with library services has been one of my top priorities, and I’m thrilled that we can begin offering this new service so quickly,” said KCPL Regional Manager Anthony DeMinico, “We can’t wait to get back on the road again.”


KCPL Pop-Up Library Schedule

 

DATE

TIME LOCATION
Tuesdays
(Starting Feb. 01, 2022)    
 
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.    
 
Booker T. Washington    
Community Center
24 Wyatt Street
London, WV 25126
 
Wednesdays
(Starting Feb. 02, 2022)    
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.    

William Tompkins House
1127 Kelleys Creek Road    
Cedar Grove, WV 25039


About the Kanawha County Public Library
The Kanawha County Public Library is the largest public library system in West Virginia. The Main Library in downtown Charleston and its 9 branch libraries and Mobile Library serve more than 92,000 card holders. While most of the library patrons reside in Kanawha and Putnam Counties, residents from all 55 West Virginia counties are represented in the cardholder database. Patron visits to all libraries in the system total nearly 340,000 per year, and approximately 750,000 library items circulate in a year’s time. Nearly all KCPL library services are FREE to the public. For more information about the Kanawha County Public Library, please visit us online at https://www.kcpls.org/.

 


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