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HoB-CreepyCrawl2020.png
The Heart of Biddeford and community partners and volunteers are putting on "The Creepy Crawl" in lieu of the usual Downtown Trick or Treat. Community members will be able to "drive thru" Halloween scenes at Biddeford Middle School, and kids will get…

onlineeventsnov20.pdf
Online and virtual programs continue to go strong, including providing expanded book services to local schools since school libraries remain closed.

maskWearingCityHob.pdf
This informational website, put together by the City of Biddeford and Heart of Biddeford, is all about mask wearing. This is a screen grab of the dedicated webpage, located on the city's website.

city-covidResponse-october2020.pdf
This is the city of Biddeford's Covid proceedures as of October 2020. It includes a comprehensive list of how city departments have changed in response to the pandemic. It is a screen grab of the city's dedicated Covid-19 webpage.

Engine-FullSteamGala2020.pdf
Biddeford's main arts organization, Engine, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. This gala is to celebrate not only that anniversary but Engine founding Director Tammy Ackerman, who is leaving to pursue other opportunities. The virtual…

Elements-covidservices.pdf
Elements is one of the original small businesses that ushered in Biddeford's revitalization and ongoing transformation. This beloved book/coffee/drinks shop and venue is a great example of the ingenuity and resilience of many of Biddeford's…

HoB-FallIntoWellness2020.pdf
The Heart of Biddeford teamed up with local wellness businesses to provide a week of activities to promote health, wellness and self-care. This is a screen grab of the event website.

wedsevents2020.jpg
The lack of in-person contact didn't prevent McArthur Library from putting on a wide range of fun programs for Biddeford's kids. Librarians provided programs using Zoom, Facebook, YouTube and other social media.

slplogo2020-small.png
McArthur Library's nature-themed 2020 summer learning logo was designed by artist (and library staff person) Rebekah Lowell. It was printed on t-shirts for a fund-raiser to help support the McArthur@Your Mailbox program.

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This was how things looked at the library in June; McArthur@Your Mailbox was launched to allow patrons to receive books through the mail, since a drive-up service isn't possible at our urban location.
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