Local libraries and businesses are getting into the act with activities for kids and families while we are sequestered at home due to COVID-19 concerns.

The Algoma and Kewaunee public libraries are taking advantage of Facebook Live capabilities to host their regular Story Time activities.

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Storytime Live runs at 11 a.m. Monday at the Algoma Public Library page on Facebook, and the video stays up. Follow this link to the March 30 Storytime.

The Algoma Area Chamber of Commerce got into the spirit by developing a Historic Algoma Walking Tour Matching Game for families and friends:

Find the game here.