Hutchinson Public Library patrons will now be able to browse the stacks and use the public computers. In a continuing effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Reno County, the library will provide special hours of operation to limit in-person contact and allow for cleaning.
MON–FRI | 10 AM-1 PM & 3 PM – 6 PM
SAT | 10 AM-1 PM
Library staff ask that patrons wear masks, especially if they want help outside of the service desk. While in the library, patrons will also be asked to maintain a distance of 6 feet away from staff and other patrons, and limit in-person contact by limiting time spent in the library.
Public Computer Lab
- Computers are socially distanced
- No hands-on staff assistance Computers are available as first come, first serve
- Sessions limited to 60-minutes per user/day
- Currently, there is no charge for printing your first 20 pages, but after that regular printing fees ($.10 per page black and white and $.50 per page color) apply.
WiFi is available 6:00 am – 10:30 pm.
Wireless printing is available through the PrinterOn service. Printing with this service is secure and allows you to print from home or anywhere else for that matter, if you desire. The only limit is that the print job is held in the library’s printer queue for two hours. After two hours, the print job expires and is dropped from the list.
If you have a laptop and wish to print, follow this link to the PrinterOn upload page.
To print from an Android device, first download the app from the Google Play Store.
To print from an Apple iOS device, first download the app from iTunes.
Your print job will be held for two hours at the print release station on the first floor of the library near the public computers.