Olds Municipal Library

Story Time

Oct 5, 2021 to Dec 7, 2021  |  Tuesdays | 11 - 11:30AM | 2:30 - 3pm

Children
Story Time | Stories, Rhymes, Songs, & Crafts | Ages 3-5

Stories, rhymes, songs, and crafts!

This is a 30 minute weekly program for children ages 3-5 years of age. The program may include a combination of stories, rhymes, songs and crafts.

Due to recent COVID regulations, Parent corner and play space will not be available during the program for parents and siblings under 3 years old.

Dates and times:

Tuesdays (6 week session)
Session 1: October 5 - November 2
Session 2: November 9 - December 7

Morning Sessions: 11 - 11:30 am
Afternoon Sessions: 2:30 - 3:00pm
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General Library Use: As per the Alberta Health guidelines, the library will be implementing the following restrictions for general library use.

  • Masks are required for anyone over 2 years of age in accordance with the Alberta Mask Mandate  https://www.alberta.ca/masks.aspx in the library.
  • Physical Distancing is required while using the library space.
  • We will be operating at 1/3 fire capacity.
  • Proof of vaccination will not be required to enter the building.

Programming Restrictions for Libraries:
Library programs for youth under 18 can continue if they follow the guidance for youth activities, which include:

  1. Screen youth for symptoms prior to participation. (Which will require parental drop off)
  2. Maintain 2 meters physical distancing, except between youth who are engaged in a physical activity.
  3. Maintain masking indoors, except for youth who are engaged in a physical activity.
  • Youth programming that requires adult to support the youth (ex: a parent & tot story time) may continue under the guidance for youth activities, with the addition that adults must be masked at all times and remain 2 metres distanced from those outside their household at all times.
  • Programming which contains a mix of adult and youth, where the adults are not required to support the youth (ex: a book club), would follow the guidance for adult activities and would not be permitted to continue indoors.
  • Adult indoor programing is not able to continue indoors.