Capital Area District Libraries will open to the public next week for computer usage, the district said in a release.
Beginning Monday, patrons may schedule an appointment to use computer resources at one of the district’s 13 branch locations.
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Monday will mark the first time since March 16 that the public will be allowed in CADL branches.
“Many members of our community depend on us for access to technology — for educational purposes, to search for employment, and to stay connected with family and friends,” Scott Duimstra, executive director of CADL, said in the release.
A computer session will be limited to 45 minutes per appointment with patrons able to print 10 pages for free.