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Stuffed Animal Sleepovers

The Hillsboro City Library is excited to offer a unique experience at our first ever Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Children and their caregivers will have a special one-on-one story time and craft with a librarian. Then the teddy bear, doll or action figure will stay at the library overnight to have lots of fun adventures with their library buddies. The next day the stuffed animal will go back home with the child along with a special keepsake!

Please fill out the attached form to reserve a time slot with a librarian. After completing the form, a librarian will be in contact with you to confirm the reservation. ***Note that drop offs will ONLY be on Mondays - Thursdays from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Pick up will be the following day from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM.*** This program is for one child at a time OR siblings from the same household. All patrons ages 2 and above MUST have their nose and mouth covered at ALL times while in the library. Social distancing will be practiced by the staff and is encouraged for all.

It is recommended that the teddy bear, doll or action figure is washed before and after the sleepover to prevent the spread of germs.

DISCLAIMER: The Hillsboro City Library is committed to community safety and has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19. However, the Hillsboro City Library can not guarantee that you or your child(ren) will not become infected with the Coronavirus/Covid-19. By filling out the form below, you understand that by attending a Stuffed Animal Sleepover provided by Hillsboro City Library that you are potentially increasing yours and your child's or children's risk to exposure to the Coronavirus/COVID-19.

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