Our friends at the Burlington Public Library (BPL) are launching a project to collect the stories of how the community is living through this truly historic time. BPL seeks the stories of how we all—as individuals and as a community—are reacting and responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic. BPL will archive the experiences to ensure that this community account is available to future generations. BPL requests that agencies, organizations, and individuals to share their pandemic stories through media. Submissions may include but are not limited to: stories, photographs, music, poems, artwork, and so much more. Interested parties should visit the BPL website to complete a form and submit their work to the project. Artifacts may be shared with the public through BPL’s website and social media channels. For more information, contact the Burlington Public Library at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit burlingtonwa.gov/library.
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The Upper Skagit Library Board of Trustees will be having an online session via Zoom on Thursday March 9th, at 6pm. Don’t forget to set