The Camden County Library District branches will be open to the public once again on Monday, May 4, 2020. However, patrons and guests’ experiences and interactions with staff will be different than what we knew before March 2020.
The following procedures have been put in place to safeguard our patrons, guests, staff, and families to the best of our ability.
While the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) can be scary, we need to remain calm and gather the facts. With so many sources of information, it is hard to know who is telling us the truth. We at the Camden County Library District will our utmost to deliver accurate and relevant data on the current COVID-19 situation.
To help stop the spread and prevent our patrons from becoming ill, ALL programs and events at the Camden County Library District Branches have been canceled until further notice.
We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause, but all branches of the Camden County Library District are NOT accepting book, DVDs, or material donations. We will let everyone know when we resume accepting donations.
This February, the Camden County Library District was awarded a grant to replace the literacy stations at the Camdenton and Osage Beach branches. The library was fortunate to be awarded the grant by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The new literacy stations will include over 4,000 activities and includes Bilingual Spanish. The new literacy stations will help provide vital literacy resources for our growing patrons.