The Winfield Public Library continues to provide access and free delivery of library materials to Winfield residents who no longer are able to come to the library on their own, but want to continue reading, listening to books or watching movies. We will deliver books, movies, magazines, audio books and music CDs.

Those eligible for this service who are unable to visit the library due to:

• Age;

• Short/long term Illness;

• Physical disability;

• A caregiver of a homebound person;

• Non-driver status (senior).

To begin receiving these materials, call WPL at (620) 221-4470 and ask for “Homebound Services.”

All users must have a library card.

Those who do not have a library card, we will help fill out the information to receive one.

Getting library materials through this program is easy.

We will see what materials would like to be received at home and establish a delivery time.

Returns must be done through the book return outside WPL.

Choose from our materials or let us select them from the library’s collection.

The lending period for all items through the Homebound Program is four weeks. Renew your reading materials once as long as no other patrons are waiting on hold for them.

Call WPL or visit wpl.org for a free mask or to find out how we can help make copies, print items, fax documents, choose books and more.

WPL is open for curbside pick-up for books, book bundles, DVDs, Grab and Go Crafts, and more.

Call from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

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