Latest Events

Tue Jun 09 @ 7:00PM -
Planning Board Meeting Cancelled
Thu Jun 11 @ 8:00AM -
Soil & Water Conservation Meeting
Mon Jun 15 @ 7:00PM -
Special Called Meeting
Mon Jun 15 @ 7:00PM -
Commissioners Work Session
Thu Jun 18 @ 5:30PM -
Social Services Board Meeting
Mon Jul 06 @ 7:00PM -
Commissioners Regular Meeting
Tue Jul 14 @ 7:00PM -
Planning Board Meeting
Thu Jul 16 @ 5:30PM -
Social Services Board Meeting
Mon Jul 20 @ 7:00PM -
Commissioners Work Session
Upcoming Events at the Library
Thursday, 14 May 2020 00:00

NOTICE FROM PETTIGREW REGIONAL LIBRARY SYSTEM REGARDING LIBRARY REOPENING:  The Pettigrew Regional Library System, including the libraries in Edenton, Hertford, Plymouth and Columbia, is planning to reopen very slowly to best serve our community and to keep staff and patrons safe from Covid 19.  We will be opening Monday through Friday from 10 am to 4 pm starting on June 8th.  To do this safely, we will have rules that the public must follow. Ten patrons may enter the library at a time, and the public and staff are required wear masks at all times.  Patrons will be limited to 30 minutes per family to find materials and check out.  We ask that there be limited social interaction and social lingering. No public access computers will be available.  The restrooms will be closed to the public due to our inability to sanitize them after each patron use.  We will be following social distancing. Children must stay with their parents at all times. .  We will continue to offer curbside service from 1-4 with a five book limit.  We will not be offering in-person programming, but we will be creating virtual programming throughout the summer.  Please check out our Facebook pages and our websites for the virtual programs available.  Summer Reading will be held virtually this year and we are in the process of putting together that programming in all of our libraries.  The libraries are developing strategies to continue much needed services such as printing, copying and faxing. We will not be offering notary services. We are very saddened by the fact that we have to change our service model to protect the public during this global pandemic. We have limited staffing and supplies to ensure the well-being of our communities. Our strength as an institution is sharing our resources with everyone. Unfortunately this strength, during the time of a, pandemic, is a not possible.  We miss our patrons and ask for their cooperation in this process.