North Adams Community Memorial Library

Curbside Pickup

Curbside Pickup 

Step 1:

-use the NACML online catalog to search for the items you want (limit to 10)

-if you do not have a particular book in mind, but know the author or genre, we are happy to pick something out for you

Step 2:

-call the library at (517) 287-4426 or email to request your items

-leave a detailed message that includes the following:

  1. the first and last name on your library card AND library card barcode
  2. the books/movies you want to check out
  3.  the time and day you will be available to pick them up

-you may call or email at any time to leave a message for requested items, but calls that come in after 3pm cannot be filled until the next day.

Step 3:

-pull in to the library parking lot at the time specified in your message, and please wait in your car. The librarian will be out shortly with your items for pick up.

- unlock the trunk of your car, and the librarian will place your bag inside.

Below are the hours that you can stop by to pick up your requested items as long as the request was placed before 3PM.

Mon. 3-6PM

Tues. & Wed. 3-7PM

Thur. & Fri. 3-5PM

If there is an issue with your library card not allowing checkout the library will contact you before your pickup time.


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