PUBLIC LIBRARY LAUNCHES TAKE OUT SYSTEM
The Hawaii State Public Library System announced its statewide launch of Library Take Out at 47 of our 51 public libraries. Starting Tuesday, May 26th, library patrons may now schedule a Library Take Out appointment time to pick up their hold item(s) at their favorite library.
Here’s how it works:
1. Patrons go to HSPLS Library Catalog and place a hold on any item(s) they want to borrow, or they may call their favorite library branch to place a hold with our staff.
2. After receiving a notice that their item(s) are ready for pick up, patrons can schedule a Library Take Out time at picktime.com/hspls.
For patrons who placed their holds during the closure, their item(s) are ready for pick up after the patron schedules a Library Take Out appointment time to pick up their item(s).
Library Take Out service is not available at the following libraries: Liliha, McCully, Pearl City and the Hawaii State Library. No book donations will be accepted at this time.
Although buildings remain closed to the public for now, the Library Take Out is a convenient and safe way to access library books and materials.
For more information, please visit their website at librarieshawaii.org.