Timberland Regional Library Official Closure


Submitted by Timberland Regional Library

After considerable deliberation, the Timberland Regional Library Administration has decided to close all of its Library facilities to the public to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic 2019 (COVID-19).

Stage Three: Library Closure

Closure in effect Saturday, March 14 until at least Friday, April 24, 2020.  All Timberland library facilities will be closed. 
All Library Book Return locations will also be closed.  We encourage patrons to keep the materials they currently have until our buildings reopen. No late fees!  If materials are left at book drops or library locations, fees could occur for lost or damaged items.
We encourage our patrons to check out our many Virtual Resources that will continue to be available during the closure of the physical buildings:
eBooks & audiobooks available through OverDrive and the Libby App
eMagazines & newspapers available through rbDigital
Online Learning course available through Online Learning:  DigitalLearn.org, Lynda.com, Pronunciator Language Learning, Universal Class and more.
Worksheets and educational activities for elementary-age students through Scholastic Teachables. 
Kanopy: Stream over 30,000 indie and classic films. Users are allowed 5 plays per month.

Check out these short video tutorials on online resources offered by Timberland, such as Consumer Reports, Pronunciator, Chilton Automotive Repair, OverDrive, Universal Class and more at Niche Academy E-Tutorials.

If you don’t have a Library Card yet, you can get an online card to access most virtual resources. Normally these cards are only valid for 14 days.  This has been extended to eight weeks.
Online Card Form

When you submit this Online Card registration a temporary card number will display.
Print the page or write down the temporary card number and the PIN you selected so you can login again later.

Thank you for your understanding and patience during this rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, we are working to keep the public and library staff as safe as possible.
Updates will be posted on trl.org/health-safety-updates, on library location Facebook pages, and communicated with our patrons and media partners via email.
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