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We are pleased to announce that our Summer Reading Program, “Tails and Tales,” will be offered from June 1 to July 16.
Due to ongoing health and safety concerns during the coronavirus pandemic, the traditional in-house reading program events will be postponed, but those enrolled in the Summer Reading Program will have the advantage this year of being able to visit the library to check out the books that they will be reading. They will also be able to use the library’s computers, educational units, games and more. The time limit for each visit is being kept to one hour.
The city’s and library’s special protocols for the health and safety of all our patrons and their families and friends will continue to apply, and all those visiting the library will be required to wear a mask. Social distancing is also enforced in the library, with computers stationed at least six feet apart. Visitors to the library will not be allowed to linger for long periods of time, thereby allowing others to take their turn enjoying the facility. Special programs or classes will be allowed if they have been arranged in advance or when the library is hosting a program (not more than 15 people). These may include group visits by homeschooled students, daycare centers, the Camino Real clients, or Dilley ISD.
The coronavirus pandemic prevents us from being able to have large groups at the library, such as in the past when we hosted as many as 60 or 70 children and adults at a time in the Summer Reading Program for functions in the city convention center.
Children who register for the 2021 “Tails & Tales” SRP will need to read ten books to earn their free t-shirt. Their names will be also entered in a drawing for awesome prizes. Special events like pizza or swimming pool parties are pending at this time.
We look forward to seeing our community’s young readers at the summer program this year.