Connecting for Kids follows library health and safety policies for families attending in-person programs during the COVID-19 pandemic. These policies will be updated in accordance with state/county guidance.
Adult, In-Person Programs
Masks are strongly recommended for all in-person programs.
In-Person Programs with Children
Masks are required for all attendees ages two and up, with exceptions made for an inability to wear a mask due to a medical reasons, mental health issues (e.g., PTSD) or disability. Social distancing rules will be encouraged but attendees should note that not all children will be able to comply at all times.
Masking and Disability
We understand that some individuals may be unable to wear masks due to medical reasons, mental health issues or disability, and that masking policies set by library locations may prevent your family from participating in the CFK programs closest to you.
If your family is unable to access a CFK program at your local library due to masking requirements, please contact us and one of our Family Resource Specialists will help you to identify alternatives.