The Library is Open!

We have missed all of you!
We are so excited to bring back more of our library services!
The Oxford Public Library will be open for public entry starting Monday, March 1st.

Patrons will be limited to 1 hour for browsing and computer use and 2 hours for quiet study.

A staff member will greet you at the door to update you regarding our new policies.

To review our new policies before visiting, please click the links for Page 1 and Page 2

Our curbside services are still available.

Until further notice our public entry hours will be:
Monday 3pm-7pm
Tuesday 3pm-7pm
CLOSED WEDNESDAY
Thursday 8:30am-12:30pm
Friday 8:30am-12:30pm

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THE MISSION OF THE OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY IS TO INSPIRE LIFELONG LEARNING, ADVANCE KNOWLEDGE, AND STRENGTHEN OUR COMMUNITY.

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