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Sint Maarten Library encourages Patron to return Outstanding Books

— March 28, 2024

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The Sint Maarten Library is thrilled to introduce the first grace period for 2024, designed to welcome back overdue and damaged books from our valued patrons. From Tuesday, April 2, 2024, until Tuesday, April 30, 2024,
Sint Maarten Library encourages Patron to return Outstanding Books
The library urges all patrons, irrespective of the condition or duration of overdue items, to return their outstanding’s.
There are three locations the library invites the public to visit whether the Philipsburg location which is open from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm throughout the lunch period and the branch locations Cay Hill, and Belvedere which are open from 2.30 pm to 6.00 pm.

Patrons are encouraged to bring back books, whether slightly damaged or several months or years overdue, to any of the library’s locations during regular operating hours. Library staff will be available to assist and accept returns.

Our goal is to ensure that our collections remain accessible to everyone in our community, and by returning overdue or damaged books, patrons help ensure that these resources remain available to all.

During this amnesty period, there will be no questions asked, and no fines or penalties on the overdue items.

For more information, please contact the Sint Maarten Library at +1721-542-2970, or visit our website at You can also reach us through our social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

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