All Pioneer Library Branches will be closed for Labor Day Sunday, Sept. 4th and Monday, Sept. 5th. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 6th for all branches.
According to Encyclopedia Brittanica, Labor Day was first celebrated in the U.S. in New York City in 1882, and "[w]orkers of all kinds still enjoy the day off in early September. It has come to signify the end of summer and a time for workers to celebrate the economic prosperity and high standard of living their labor has made possible."
Stock up on books and movies now, and use the catalog to find out more about Labor Day!
Can't wait for us to open? Read from home with the Pioneer Library System Connect App!
With our app you can:
- Use the physical catalog
- Renew & place holds
- Pay fines
- Read eMagazines
- Use self check machines
- Locate library events