The Kewaunee Public Library celebrated its annual Family Fall Festival on October 21. The cold and misty day didn’t stop the fun, which was originally planned to be outside.
The library moved the fun indoors while keeping patrons' safety in mind: all games and activities were well-spaced and separated by tall shelves. The festival was run all day long to avoid too many patrons at one time. It worked out well and library staff enjoyed visits from 85 patrons!
In addition to the games and activities, staff bagged up cookies and edible skeletons for patrons to take home. Apple cider juice boxes and coffee were offered as well. Small pieces of candy and prizes ended the patrons' visit.
Library staff received positive feedback from attendees.
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