Fayetteville Public Library to offer extended access with new FPL+ plan

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Ever wish you could spend even more time at the Fayetteville Public Library? Well, now you can.

That’s thanks to FPL+, a new program that lets people use the library’s amenities long before opening, and long after closing hours.

According to the announcement, the program offers enrollees access to select resources beginning at 6 a.m. and until as late as 10 p.m.

Users, who have to apply and be accepted into the program, can enter the Mountain Street lobby area of the library via their library cards, and access the seating there, wifi, copy and printing services, holds pickup lockers, and check out laptops in the area.

Any cardholder in good standing aged 18 or older can apply for the program.

Those interested can apply for membership at the Welcome Desk at the library with a photo ID. Once the application is processed, library officials will notify the applicant via email if the application is accepted.

A video including more information about the program is embedded below.

For a bit more, visit faylib.org.