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Fairfield Public Library Programs during the week include:

Virtual Storytime

Come sing and celebrate the Earth with us! This an extra special year- Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary! This week on Wednesday, 4/24 and Friday, 4/26 the theme will be all about loving our planet!

For children ages 0-5.  Virtual drop-in program.

Wednesday, April 22nd – 10:00 am to 10:30 am

https://fplct.librarymarket.com/events/virtual-storytime-7

Friday, April 24th – 10:00 am to 10:30 am

https://fplct.librarymarket.com/node/20150

Virtual Earth Day Upcycle

Thursday, April 23rd – 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

In celebration of Earth Day, we will first read One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia by Miranda Paul. Then, during our environmentally conscious craft time, you will upcycle and repurpose one of your t-shirts, creating a no-sew, reusable tote bag! To participate, you will need a t-shirt and scissors (optional: ruler and pencil).

For families with children in grades K-5. No registration is required. This event is provided courtesy of the NASA @ My Library Grant.

https://fplct.librarymarket.com/events/virtual-earth-day-upcycle

Fairfield Public Library Highlights
While Fairfield Public Library’s and Fairfield Woods Branch Library’s physical services are suspended, you still have use of our digital resources available 24/7: downloadable audio & video, ebooks, magazines, training & crafting resources and more through the Digital Resources page of our website. Most databases are also available from home with your Fairfield Public Library card.  Please visit our databases page for a full listing and links to our offerings.  Here is a link to a tutorial on navigating our digital resources and databases. https://youtu.be/6_Ehx9_8UZU

Remember, if you need help using any of our resources, let us know – we’re still here to answer your questions! Please call 203.256.3160, 203.255.7308, text askfplct to 66746 to ask us a question, or email us at eref@fplct.org.

http://www.fairfieldpubliclibrary.org

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