[Libs-Or] Cooling shelter?
kbrodbeck-kenney at lincolncity.org
Tue Apr 28 16:48:40 PDT 2015
We haven't found it necessary to act as a cooling shelter here, but when I was a librarian in Philadelphia, my branch was a designated cooling shelter when the heat index reached a certain point dictated by the Powers That Be. For us this mainly involved extended hours; instead of closing at 6 PM, as we did most nights, we stayed open until 8, and ended up extending library services during this time.
Kirsten Brodbeck-Kenney, MLIS
Driftwood Public Library
801 SW Hwy 101, #201
Lincoln City, OR 97367
>>> Buzzy Nielsen <buzzy at hoodriverlibrary.org> 4/28/2015 4:42 PM >>>
> Have any of you ever acted as an official cooling center in your communities? Hood River has a warming shelter, but it doesn't have a cooling shelter in the summers despite the rather hot days. We're perhaps interested in trying it out. If you've been a cooling shelter, what did it entail and did you partner with any other local organizations? Is there anything you'd suggest?
Thanks for your help!
Hood River County Library District
502 State Street
Hood River, Oregon 97031
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