LocHal closes earlier in the evening, activities continue
The government has further tightened up the national corona measures with effect from 14 October 2020. You can continue to walk into the LocHal Library to borrow or hand in books. On weekdays we close a little earlier, at 20.00u. Unfortunately, the StadsCafé is also closed and the work and study areas, reading tables and computers will be out of use for the time being.We ask our visitors to wear a mouth mask in the LocHal.
Activities and courses continue
In our agenda you will find several activities. Small-scale public activities and courses in the LocHal Library continue. A maximum of 30 people (including children and staff) are welcome. A single planned activity has to be adjusted for this reason. If you had signed up for this, you will be notified.
Registration in advance for an activity is required. If you haven't already done so, go to our agenda now and see how you can still register. Also check our house rules before you visit an activity.
Would you like to come to a walk-in consultancy? Then you can just walk in, you don't have to register in advance. We do, however, have to ask visitors of consultation hours to write down their name and telephone number.
Labs and exhibition space in the LocHal are open
The various labs and the exhibition space in the LocHal are open and can be visited. As always, the DigiLab and GameLab have their own opening hours. It is not the intention to work, study or read in the labs.
Workplaces out of use
Prime Minister Mark Rutte called on everyone to work from home, unless there is no other option. Due to this urgent appeal and the limited number of people who are now allowed to stay in one room, it is unfortunately not possible to make use of the work and study places in the LocHal Library at the moment. The reading tables and computers and printers are not available either.
At Seats2meet, however, there are limited workstations available for freelancers and small businesses. These can be reserved online.