The COVID-19 pandemic has required us to make sweeping changes to our daily lives. Toilet paper is the hottest item on the market. Social distancing is the norm.
For the health and safety of our employees, riders and the general public, CATA even temporarily suspended its fixed-route services. We resumed limited summer service May 26 with rear-door boarding, fare-free rides and mask requirements.
Other public services are adapting as well, such as Capital Area District Libraries.
Since CADL is closed through late June, we're counting down three ways you can still connect with their services.
1. Tune in to a storytime show.
CADLtales is a kid-friendly educational series with stories, songs and learning activities. Shows are filmed at the downtown Lansing branch, so while you may not be able to visit the branch in person, you can play these storytime shows whenever you’d like.
You can find a full playlist of episodes on CADL’s YouTube channel. Click here to learn more.
2. Go digital with download and streaming services.
Library cardholders can download or stream books, music, movies and more. No need for a Netflix subscription here. A bonus of going digital? You don’t have to go to the library to return borrowed items, so there are no overdue fees.
Explore CADL’s impressive digital library here. It even includes comic books!
3. Create your own historical adventure.
Explore our community’s history through thousands of images and documents with Local History Online. Conduct your own research, go on a virtual historical scavenger hunt or flip through photos that pre-date social media. No library card required.
Click here to start exploring.
Check out this cool piece of Lansing history! You can find more historical Lansing photos with CADL Local History bit.ly/3bEN5h6
Posted by Capital Area District Libraries on Friday, February 14, 2020
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