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Nemo the Nor’easter Forces the Closing of the Entire Boston Public Library System –Including the South End Library– Friday, February 8, Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10.

2013 February 7
by marleen

Nemo the Nor’easter Shuts Down the BPL for Three Days

On a day filled with headlines like “Potential Historic Blizzard Looms” and “Historic Crippling Blizzard Ahead” the Boston Public Library wisely decided to shut down all its branches Friday and Saturday February 8 and 9. And yes, that includes the South End library. In addition, the Central Library at Copley Square, the only facility in the library system open on Sundays,  will be closed on Sunday, February 10, as well.

If you can’t make it through the snowy weekend without that book or DVD you meant to pick up, hop on a train, bus or bike and  get to the Copley Library now: it’s open tonight till nine o’clock. Otherwise, dust off the sled and the trash-can lids, flatten out the cardboard box that new 80-inch television screen came in, and go sledding in Titus Sparrow Park. It will be the hot spot in the South End.

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