NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - The Nashville Public Library will suspend curbside service and computer reservations at their main location on Sunday, due to a planned protest at the capitol building.
Due to a protest planned in the downtown Nashville area, the Main Library is suspending curbside service and computer reservations on Sunday, Jan 17. We apologize for any inconvenience.— Nashville Public Library (@NowatNPL) January 15, 2021
The protest, called the "Tennessee Freedom Event," is connected to a call for rallies at every state capitol in the country.
The library's main downtown location is located just a few blocks from the capitol.
The library has not said if they will suspend services during a second planned protest on Inauguration Day.
However, the library is not alone as the Bookshop will be closed this Saturday through next Wednesday.
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