The Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library may be temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, but there is still plenty that the library can provide you from the comfort of your own home!

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Book Return Availability

Please be aware that the book return may be inaccessible between the hours of 6 AM — 4 PM each day this week due to improvements being made to the building.

Quotes for Custodial Services

The Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library is seeking quotes for custodial services. The deadline for submitting quotes is June 4, 2020.
In order to receive the specifications of work and other information, please send an email to Sheila Mikkelson, Library Director, at

The Library is Temporarily Closed

All materials currently checked out from the Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library will have their due dates extended until June 30, 2020. Our book return is still open, but you are welcome to just keep any materials that you have checked out until the end of June. Halts on placing holds on physical library materials will continue indefinitely. Please visit our website to access our electronic materials, including books, recorded books, movies, magazines, databases, courses, and more. We are still unable to determine when the library will be open to the staff and to the public again.

Temporary Library Cards Now Available

We are issuing temporary library cards to those who are eligible, and the cards will allow access to our electronic resources, including e-books, recorded books, movies, magazines, newspapers, databases, and online courses.
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Please send an e-mail message to to obtain a temporary library card application. Once the application is completed and the card is processed, we will send your temporary barcode and PIN via e-mail. Please allow 2-3 business days.
Parents and/or legal guardians will need to initiate the temporary library card process for anyone under age eighteen.
Upon the library reopening in the future, you can visit us to convert your temporary card to a permanent card so that you can check out physical materials from the library.
Heggan Happenings, June 2020

To access this month’s library newsletter, Heggan Happenings, please click here.
To access this month’s newsletter for teens and tweens, click here.

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