Brandywine Hundred Library

Corona Virus (COVID-19)

  1. Library Closed - Hoopla Digital Access
  2. COVID-19 Closure Flyer revised 1.2
  3. prevent germs
    Find more high-quality information at the links below:

    Delaware Health and Social Services
    https://dhss.delaware.gov/dhss/dph/epi/2019novelcoronavirus.html

    Delaware LibGuide
    https://guides.lib.de.us/coronavirus

    National Library of Medicine
    https://www.nlm.nih.gov/index.html#Novel_Coronavirus

  4. As of 5 p.m., Wednesday, March 18, 2020, the Book Drops outside New Castle County Libraries will be closed. Please keep your materials until the library re-opens. When the library re-opens, we will offer fine-free returns for a period of time, and you may return any materials you stored then without any overdue fines/late fees.

     

    Updates and announcements will be made on the New Castle County libraries' web page (https://newcastlede.gov/286).  We ask that you check these sites frequently as events unfold. Please do not leave library materials or donations outside the library's doors during the period that the library is closed! Thank you for your cooperation!


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Brandywine Hundred Library is a 40,000 square foot facility nestled in Talley Day Park. The library grew out of the need to replace the small and aging Concord Pike Library, which had opened in 1959 as the New Castle County Free Library headquarters. Brandywine Hundred Library opened its doors in April of 2003, designated as the regional library for the northern New Castle County area.

Wehave more than 150,000 items available for loan including audio, video,magazines, electronic sources, and - of course - books. Library programs areavailable for all ages and interests. In addition to materials and programs,the library has study rooms and meeting spaces for nonprofit community groups.Come and visit: the staff at Brandywine Hundred Library is ready to assist you.

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