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WRL Suspends Children’s Programming Amid Covid Concerns

WILLIAMSBURG-Williamsburg Regional Library has amended its covid-19 restriction protocols in light of rising covid cases.

Effective August 17, the library will cease public use of interactive elements and toys in the children’s section of both library locations.  In addition, all in-person indoor children’s programming will be cancelled, postponed, or moved outdoors, including any story times, performances, and events designed for children 12 and under.

As of now, programming for teens and adults remains unchanged. For more information on any changes to library events, visit

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