L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library to Remain Closed Through June

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While the state Supreme Court has ended Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order, the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire plans to remain closed through the end of June.

The library will continue to offer holds and pickup service for books and other materials. More here.

Other special library services include:

  • 24/7 connectivity to high speed internet through an expanded WiFi network available from the library’s outdoor seating area near its Eau Claire Street entrance.
  • Access to community resources to help families and individuals coping with isolation, unemployment, and more—especially during this global crisis—through a helpline staffed by the library’s Community Resource Specialist. More here.
  • Multiple weekly virtual story times and other family programing produced by Youth Services staff via the library’s website, social media, and YouTube channel.
  • For more information, customers may contact Information & Reference by calling 715-839-5004, emailing librarian@eauclaire.lib.wi.us, or chatting with library staff here.

To learn more about library programs, check the library website.