Although, operating under extremely strict CDC guidelines, Dimmit County Public Library continues the efforts to offer full and unlimited services to the public.
The following are only some of the various services we continue to extend to our patrons in Dimmit County:
Books, videos, scanning, copies, color copies, computer access, internet access, after hours Wi-fi access, public information, health information, basic computer skills, assistance with job search, social services guidance, Notary Public, and much more.
Most of the outreach community events held at DCPL, like Authors’ Reading, School Engagement Readings, Book Outreach Distribution, Health Presentations, Social Service Presentations, Musical Plays, State Dept. Health Screenings, Trainings, Beautification Committee, etc. are on halt at this time. We will resume with all of these community outreach events once we see an overall COVET-19 conditions improve, and CDC waiving recommendations
As soon as we see a healthier season with this virus, the following is on DCPL Plan:
· GED Classes
· ESL Classes
· Introduction to Computers
- Basic Computer Skills
- Creating your email
- Search Engines
Please be prompted, that we all have different strengths or specific skills! Share with the community at DCPL. We would love to add some basic guitar lessons!
Please be reminded, that most of these services are complimentary to the public. Therefore, we maintain our appeal for donations, and or volunteers. At this time, and with a budget constraint, we have much work to do with the cleaning, disinfecting, yard work, building maintenance, etc. (DCPL- a non-profit organization)
Based on demands, at this time I am working with VITA Program to see if I can bring someone to assist with the IRS Tax Service. If we get someone, it will be a drop-off / pick-up approach, and we will let you know what documents to bring in before you drop off your paperwork.
I want to thank Dimmit Regional Hospital and Dimmit County personnel for the efficacy, hard work, and dedication in the area of vaccine administration. Our thanks and prayers to all front-line responders.
“Stay Safe, Stay Home”