The Hoke County Public Library has reopened, and COVID-19 based capacity limits and social distancing have been lifted. The library asks that patrons who are not fully vaccinated continue to wear a mask when visiting the library.
The library is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and offers computer or WiFi use, copies, scans and faxes, browsing for books and movies, holds pickup and Notary Public Service. Notary service is available on a limited schedule; please call first.
For those who prefer it, the library is also continuing to offer front door service.
The conference room and history room are not available at this time, but the library stage is available for booking, according to an announcement on the library’s Facebook page.
Call (910) 875-2502 with any questions, for assistance with digital resources or placing hold requests.
The Hoke County Public Library is located at 334 North Main Street in Raeford. The library is part of the Sandhills Regional Library System. Visit www.srls.info for more information on available services and programs.
The library staff posts about upcoming events on the Hoke County Public Library Facebook page, available online at https://www.facebook.com/HokeCountyPublicLibrary.
The Sandhills Regional Library System is also offering a virtual summer reading program called Tails and Tales. The reading program kicked off June 1 and will run through August 31.
The program offers sections for children birth to age four, children age five to 12, and teens age 13 to 17. There’s also an adult program for people age 18 and up to encourage lifelong reading habits.
To learn more or sign up, visit http://srls.readsquared.com.