Sapulpa Public Library and Sapulpa Historical Society Museum both closed this week due to COVID-19

Two separate Sapulpa institutions closed up due to Coronavirus concerns, one of which only a day after opening after being closed already.

Just a day after opening back up, the Sapulpa Public Library closed again to the public, now choosing to remain closed through November 29th and will reopen on November 30th. The announcement was made on the Library’s Facebook Page on Wednesday:

On Friday morning, the Sapulpa Historical Society also announced that it would be closing through the weekend “out of an abundance of caution:”

The historical society museum has not stated when they’ll reopen, only that they’ll make that decision next week.

The notices come the same week that Sapulpa Public Schools announced that it would continue to remain in-person for the week of November 16th, and that the City of Sapulpa has added a possible vote on a face mask mandate at Monday’s City Council meeting.
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