FS Public Library Hybrid Story Time Announced

Fort Scott Public Library is pleased to announce their first Hybrid Storytime event, coming up this Tuesday at 10 am, to be held in the library’s downstairs event room. The storytime will be filmed. If you do not want to be part of the recording, ask Miss Val for a seat on the south side of the room.
ATTEND IN PERSON OR ONLINE – Seuss storytime, in celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday & Read Across America (celebrated on March 2)! 

If you intend to attend in person, Pre-Registration is NOT required but is ENCOURAGED. Register here to help Miss Val prepare for your family. 

We will have stories and songs in the library’s downstairs event room on March 1 @ 10 am. Snacks & crafts will be sent with families to do at home. A maximum of 15 people or 5 families (whichever comes first) will be allowed in the event room at once. If more than 5 families or 15 people show up, we will offer 2, half-hour storytimes, back-to-back, starting at 10 and 10:30. If the room fills up by the time you arrive, you will be encouraged to browse for books upstairs while you wait for the 2nd event to begin. Masks are not required, but are recommended. Please social distance from other families and library staff to help keep the event safe for everyone. Thank you in advance for your help!

NOTE: If you have already registered to receive storytime supplies for March, you do NOT need to fill out the pre-registration form.

We will air a pre-recorded version of storytime in our Storytime Group’s private Facebook page and on our YouTube channel (unlisted – please contact us for the link) on Wednesday, March 2, at 10 am. To make storytime accessible to our patrons while limiting access as much as possible, we will make the video available for approximately 1 week, so please watch as soon as you can.

This week’s craft: Green Fizzy Eggs Science Experiment

Supplies Needed: Curbside kit items, spoon, and paper towels. To order a kit, fill out this form.

This project is made possible by the State Library of Kansas and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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