Lambton libraries, museums and galleries shrink due to latest COVID wave



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Following the province’s move to step two of its roadmap for reopening, the Lambton County Library and Lambton County Museums have announced changes to their operations.

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As of January 5, the Sarnia Library Theater will be closed for 21 days with all scheduled performances and reservations canceled.

Additionally, due to the closure of the Mooretown Sports Complex, the Mooretown Library will be temporarily closed and all services, including curbside pickup, will be suspended.

All of the other 24 Lambton County Library locations will remain open, but with 50 percent capacity limits in place. These branches will continue to provide curbside pick-up, in-person navigation, use of Wi-Fi and university research to the extent capacity limits permit, and will also allow the use of public computers by appointment only.

The library encourages patrons to use eLibrary services from the comfort of their own homes. For more information on electronic library locations, services, hours of operation and services, visit www.lclibrary.ca.

Lambton County Museums, Galleries and Archives have also announced that they will be closed to the public on January 5.

The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery, the Lambton County Archives, the Lambton Heritage Museum and the Petroleum Museum of Canada National Historic Site will all be closed for a period of 21 days, with a reopening scheduled for January 26.
All pre-programmed reservations at these establishments during closure are canceled.

Online resources, exhibits and educational offerings are always available to the public.

For more information, visit www.jnaag.ca and www.lambtonmuseums.ca.


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