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Halloween Drive-Boo!



Yes, the Town of Edgewood Drive-Boo will still be going on as planned.  Please note that strict Covid-19 procedures will be upheld during this event.  All attendees are required to wear masks and to arrive in their vehicles.  ATTENDEES MUST REMAIN IN THEIR CARS AT ALL TIMES—NO FOOT TRAFFIC OR GETTING OUT OF VEHICLES IS PERMITTED.  Participating Town staff will also be wearing proper PPE.  All goody bags will have pre-packaged items and be prepared using Covid-safe handling by staff prior to the event.  For further questions or information, please contact the Town of Edgewood at (505) 286-4518.

Here's how you can participate - there will even be prizes for the most creative vehicles and costumes:
  • Decorate your family vehicle
  • Put on that Halloween costume
  • Drive to 171A NM-344 , use the marked entrance and drive-thru route accessible from westbound Dinkle Rd
  • Stay in your vehicle and we'll hand you FREE GOODY BAGS while supplies last
If you are interested in contributing to this event, the Edgewood Police Department is still accepting donations of individually wrapped items in unopened packaging - no homemade items, please.  You may contact the lovely Nina to make drop-off arrangements:
(505) 281-5717
nmccracken@edgewood-nm.gov
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Curbside Library Services Update
Curbside Library Services Update - Beginning August 24, 2020
Although the library will remain closed to the public until further notice, we are still here for you and will continue to work hard to meet you library needs while following cirrent health orders and guidelines.  We hope you take advantage of curbside services to borrow library materials and participate in our Reading Program!

Any items you wish to check out for pick-up via curbside service must first be reserved by either signing into your library member account from the online catalog or by phone/email request with a librarian.  When your reserved items are ready, you will receive notification via text, email, or phone call to pick them up during scheduled curbside service hours.  Please park nearest to the large curbside feather banner, remain in your vehicle, and call the library to let us know you're here.  If you do not have a mobile phone, please call the library with an estimated time of arrival before you leave.  A librarian wearing proper personal protection equipment will bring your reserved and/or Reading Program items directly to you.
  • Turn in library materials:  Anytime to the drop box located in front of the library entrance.
  • Pick up reserved library materials, pick up/drop off Reading Program trackers & weekly prizes via curbside services:  Wednesdays 3:30pm - 5:30 pm  & Saturdays 10:30am - 12:30pm
Even though you may return library materials anytime to the drop box, these materials will be collected just once a week on Saturdays and placed in a 7-day quarantine as a health precaution.  Please be aware that you may still see these items checked out to your library account during the quarantine period.  No need to worry; this will not affect your library privileges.

Don't have a library member account?
No problem!  Just contact us by phone or email and we'll get you set up with one!  You can also get the ball rolling right away with a Member Account Application and instructions on How to Submit Your Library Member Account Application.

Prefer to use free electronic resources like digital books and audiobooks?
We’ve got you covered there, too!  You can find 24/7 access to all our digital resources either from the online catalog or from the library webpages.

Need access to the Internet?
Don’t forget that you’ve got 24/7 access to Wi-Fi (no password required) from the library parking lot as well.

Want to stay on top of virtual library events and programming?
Check out our online calendar and/or follow us on Facebook; both are accessible from our webpages.

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