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Thank you for visiting Bloomington Mask Drive.  Our masks are now available through community mask stations in and around Bloomington Indiana. We are no longer accepting direct requests for masks.

Mask Station #1: Patient PT

Patient PT: Community Mask Station #1 is just outside the Patient PT clinic inside Executive Park North, on Bloomington's north side. Local craftsman Brian Lewis built this mask station and created the blueprint for all other mask stations.

  • Where: Executive Park North
    • 2620 N Walnut Street, Bloomington IN 47404
    • Go inside the main entrance and proceed down the hallway to the right, and make a left at Olympus Properties
    • Detailed directions here.
  • When: 8 AM- 5 PM, Monday - Friday
  • What: Mask types A, B, & C
Map to Patient PT
Map to Patient PT
Mask Station #1: Patient PT
Mask Station #1: Patient PT

Mask Station #2: Endwright East

Endwright East: Area 10 Agency on Aging is sponsoring mask station #2, located inside College Mall at the entrance of the Endwright East Senior Center. Look for it in the former Payless Shoe Source right next to Macy's. This mask station was built by Dirk Frasier.

  • Where: College Mall, inside
    • 2894 E 3rd St, Bloomington, IN 47401
  • When: 7 Days a week during normal mall hours
    • Currently 11-7 Mon-Sat, 12-6 Sun
  • What: Mask Types A, B, & C
Mask Station #2: Endwright East
Mask Station #2: Endwright East
Green stars mark nearest entrances
Green stars mark nearest entrances

Mask Station #3: Comfort Keepers Home Care

Comfort Keepers: Comfort Keepers Home Care Agency hosts community mask station #3, located just outside their front door!

  • Where: Comfort Keepers, outdoors (except in inclement weather, then just inside)
    • 4101 E 3rd st, Bloomington, Indiana 47401
  • When: Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM
  • What: Mask Types A, B, C, S, & W
    • New: Window & Special masks available here! 
    • How: Come inside during business hours and ask for either
      • Window (W) Masks: Include a clear vinyl window to allow lip-reading
      • Special (S) Masks: Made of high-filtration surgical drape, reserved for care givers and those sharing a household with a COVID-19 positive person only
      • You will be asked to provide your name or that of the person receiving the masks, and sign off to receive them. Limit two packets per person per day.
      • Why: These masks are in shorter supply due to the increased time to make them, fewer mask makers trained to make them, and additional materials costs. Please respect our honor system and do not use these masks for other-than-intended purposes.
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Mask Station #4: Wheeler Mission

Mask Station #4: Wheeler Mission
Mask Station #4: Wheeler Mission

Wheeler Mission for Men hosts free meals 365 days a year, and now they host a community mask station inside the dayroom.

This room is open to the public, and all visitors must wear a mask and sanitize their hands in order to enter. Upon arrival, use the main entrance and the mask station will be visible from there, on the other side of the volunteer desk.

  • Where: Wheeler Mission for Men, just off West 3rd street
    • 215 S Westplex Ave, Bloomington IN 47404
  • When: 7 Days a Week, 8 AM - 8 PM
  • What: Mask Types A, B, & C
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Mask Station #5: Monroe County Public Library

Monroe County Public Library: Community Mask Station #5 is inside the vestibule at Monroe County Public Library in downtown Bloomington. This mask station was built and varnished by Zolt Levay.

Where: MCPL Vestibule, Curbside Pickup Area
303 E Kirkwood Ave, Bloomington IN 47408
When: Regular Curbside Hours

  • Monday–Thursday: 11 AM–7 PM
  • Friday–Saturday: 11 AM–6 PM
  • Sunday: Noon–4 PM

What: Mask Types A, B, & C

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Mask Station #5: MCPL
Mask Station #5: MCPL
MCPL Curbside Pickup Area
MCPL Curbside Pickup Area

Mask Station #6: SCCAP

  • South Central Community Action Program is proud to host community mask station #6. This mask station was built and donated to BMD by Kiwanis of South Central Indiana, and decorated by Jessie Yeary of SCCAP.

Where: This mask station will be hosted outdoors except during inclement weather, and then it will be moved just inside the double doors.

  • 1500 W. 15th Street, Bloomington, IN 47404

When: 8 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday-Friday

What: Mask Types A, B, & C

Mask Station #6: SCCAP
Mask Station #6: SCCAP

Mask Station #7: Hopscotch Coffee

  • Hopscotch Coffee is thrilled to host community mask station #7. This mask station was built and varnished by Zolt Levay.

Where: This mask station will be hosted outdoors on the Hopscotch Patio.

  • 235 W. Dodds St, #102 Bloomington, IN 47403

When: 8 AM - 6 PM, 7 Days a week

What: Mask Types A, B, & C

Mask Station #7: Hopscotch Coffee
Mask Station #7: Hopscotch Coffee

Mask Station #8: IU Luddy Hall

  • Indiana University's own Luddy Hall is happy to host community mask station #7. This mask station was built by BMD volunteer Dan Lehman and decorated by IU's Jill Clancy.

Where: This mask station will be hosted indoors, near the Forrest Avenue entrance of Luddy Hall.

  • 700 N Woodlawn Ave, Bloomington, IN 47408

When: 8 AM - 10 PM, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM Sat/Sun

What: Mask Types A, B, & C

Mask Station #8: Luddy Hall
Mask Station #8: Luddy Hall

Little Free Pantry:  Volunteers of Bloomington Mask Drive will continue to supply masks to Bloomington & Monroe County via select Little Free Pantry locations weekly.

Locations:

  • View our current list of regularly-restocked pantries here.
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Want to learn more about Bloomington Mask Drive? Visit our blog page!

Other Sources of Free Masks

  • Monroe County Public Health department announced it will begin providing face coverings to the public in support of the mandatory face covering requirement effective July 17, 2020. Information on how to obtain these masks is available here.
  • Bloomington Chamber of Commerce provides a low-cost option for local organizations to receive a limited number of disposable masks each week ($5 for 100 masks), and they also have locally made hand sanitizer. Information on this program is available here.