Richmond Public Library is offering access to the computer lab at its Brighouse branch—by registration—to a limited number of people per day.
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Library offering limited computer lab access
Published 11:15 PDT, Fri June 26, 2020
The Brighouse branch of Richmond Public Library is offering public access to computer labs.
Customers must register for a computer session in person on the day of use. The 45-minute sessions are first come, first served, and are available Monday to Friday.
Three sessions are offered daily, beginning at 10:30 a.m., noon and 3 p.m. Sign up for each session begins 10 minutes prior to session start time. Customers can line up outside the Brighouse branch at the door located on the public walkway ramp; signage will be posted.
Up to eight customers can sign up for a session, allowing the library to serve up to 24 customers per day. Cleaning and safety has been built into the session schedule and protocols will be followed before and after each session.
For more information about this service, visit yourlibrary.ca/free-public-computers/.
In addition, the library’s curbside holds pick up service is now available at all branches—no appointment required. For more details about pick-up days and times, visit the library’s website at yourlibrary.ca/.
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