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Curbside Pickup, Mystery Grab Bags, and Take-and-Go Crafts

December 2nd, 2020
Categories: Kids, Library & Family Fun, News, Reading Romp!
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Hey, Library Families! Miss Julie here to tell you about some cool projects we have for you to partake in. Now that we are closed to the public, everything revolves around our curbside pickup services. Click on this link to read all about it. Better yet, here’s a video to explain it to you!

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And just to make things really easy for you, here are the hours for curbside pickup:

  • Mondays, 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Thursdays, 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturdays, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

So why is it important that you know all of this? Because we have cool things for you to do that you can pick up through curbside pickup! One of the hardest things about having the library closed to the public is that kids can find it difficult to pick books when they can’t look through them in person. In an attempt to solve this problem and add a little extra fun into your reading adventures, we are offering you the chance to pick up a grab bag of books through curbside pickup for each of your kids! Fill out this Google Form, and we will let you know when your surprise books will be ready! We will check the books out to your card, and then take them out to you in a brown bag so that your child will be surprised when you get home. What fun! Just give us an idea of what type of books your child likes and we will do the rest. Access the Google Form here to get started.

We also have take-and-go crafts that change all the time, so just call the curbside people and request the current craft whenever you are looking for something fun to do! And in addition to crafts, sometimes we have special STEM activities that you can pick up and do at home… just ask when you call! One of our upcoming programs is Merry Messages to Santa, and you can pick up those materials, too. You can also download all your materials from this link and then watch our fun videos that explain this super fun program:

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YouTube video