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Indoor Storytime Event for Families

Mon, Nov 29 2021
10:30am - 11:00am
Subjects
Age Group
All ages

 

Presenter
Staff Storytime
Registration Required

 

Hear stories, sing songs, join in movement activities, and create memories together. Designed for children of all ages, come share the early literacy experience with the whole family at select branches. Registration is required, and every person planning to attend—children and adults—must be registered.

Mid-Continent Public Library continues to monitor the recommendations and guidelines of government and public health officials regarding COVID-19 on a daily basis. The safety of our customers and staff is our primary concern.

We look forward to welcoming families back to indoor Storytime events and have implemented the following temporary safety guidelines.
• Local COVID-19 protocols will be followed.
• Please note that our Storytime Presenters may or may not be wearing a mask.
• We will be promoting social distancing with our room set up but cannot guarantee your child will not interact with other participants.

We encourage you to make the best choice for your family. If you are not comfortable returning to in-person Storytimes just yet, feel free to register for our Zoom Storytimes at https://bit.ly/ZoomStorytimes

 

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