2020 V45-1 Winter

Volume 45 Issue 1 burtonlibrary.org Winter/Spring 2021 Katie Ringenbach Dear Community Members, Heading into winter and thinking forward to spring, our goal is to continue to focus on safely providing library services for our community. We take seriously our ability to provide books, movies and other resources to help occupy some of the additional time spent at home. Curbside service has been a popular addition and we encourage you to continue to utilize this as the weather becomes colder. With your increased use of electronic books, music and movies, we have dedicated additional resources to Hoopla, Libby and Overdrive. This is a wonderful way to access library materials without leaving your home. We have been operating under reduced hours since reopening due to different factors including a reduction in staff. We appreciate your patience with this and intend to reinstate additional evening hours when feasible. Finally, and most importantly we want to thank all of you for the caution and care you demonstrate while in the Library. Your adherence to safety measures allows us to continue to operate while minimizing risk and we cannot thank you enough. Sincerely, A Message from the Director . . . December 2020 - April 2021 Registration Required Pick up a creation kit at the Library and let your imagination soar! Each kit will provide an engaging and educational activity. All materials and instructions are included. Mr. Jesse and Ms. Christina will also create a fun, step-by-step video for each kit, which will premiere on our YouTube channel each month, and will be packed with learning and laughs. Stop by the Library to pick up your kit, or use our convenient curbside service. For more information on themes and kits, visit our website. Tuesday, December 1 6:30 p.m. Register to receive Zoom link Enjoy a true Victorian holiday season and explore the ghosts and folklore that shaped 19th Century holidays in Cleveland. Whether you view them as creepy superstitions or tales with hidden wisdom, these stories are made to entertain and will leave you looking at holiday traditions in a whole new way. Presented by the Western Reserve Historical Society.