October 2020: Story Time with the Petaluma Regional Library *Halloween Theme*

October 17, 2020: Story Time with the Petaluma Regional Library (Halloween Theme)

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The year 2020 has been filled with a rollercoaster of events that have affected our community immensely. COVID-19 has brought with it the challenge of distance learning to countless families in our community. Parents have needed to work tirelessly with schools to make sure their children are retrieving information from home. Given the challenges of distance learning, the Petaluma Health Center and Rohnert Park Health Center would like to invite you to join us for a Halloween story time – it will be led by our community librarians. Additionally, our local librarians will be sharing resources to better assist our children at home with distance learning.

To further motivate our community to join us, we will be holding a contest with prizes! This event will be taking place close to Halloween, so bring your best costume to win a prize.

1st place: Best costume ($60 gift card)

2nd place: Best family costume ($50 gift card)

3rd place: Most participation ($40 gift card)

To our families: The Petaluma/Rohnert Park Health Centers is with you and will continue to help as much as we can! Stay safe Everyone!

Costume contest to be held on day of event on Saturday, October 17th at 10:00am

Winners to be announced via Facebook post on Wednesday, October 21st at 12:00pm and winners will be reached out to via phone.

Participants who would like to be entered in costume contest, please call 707-559-7500 and ask for Denise Garcia, Operations Coordinator, after the event.

Rules: Please take a picture with your costume and some proof you watched the live event

(ex. Take a picture next to your computer during live event in your costume).

Participation prize will be judged based on kind and interactive comments during the live event under the “comment section” and for thoughtful and appropriate questions asked to our guests.

Rules for costumes

  1. Costumes may not be violent or suggestive.
  2. Costumes may not promote violence
  3. No bare midriffs or “revealing” clothing
  4. Costumes cannot promote use of drugs, alcohol or weapons of any kind
  5. No pretend “prop” weapons such as water pistols, knives or swords.
  6. Costumes may not be offensive or inappropriate in any way.
  7. Students should not wear costumes that make fun of others or make others feel uncomfortable

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