The families who visit our library always gravitate towards the play space. They greatly appreciate the educational and engaging toys available for their children to interact with, and the chance to have a low-stress playdate with other young children in the community. This has also become a nice opportunity for parents to build small support systems and social groups. After Preschool Storytime we offer Play-to-Learn time, where we bring out toy scapes and blocks from the Curies into Kindergarten incentive as well as the Department of Ed for families to interact with. In addition to our weekly in-person Storytimes, monthly Virtual Storytime Rooms (via Google) are available for preschool families to interact with if they do not feel comfortable coming into the library. This space is full of learning activities, songs, rhymes, stories and a Parent Board with development supporting tips and early literacy supporting ideas. Families are also welcome to take home monthly Take-and-Make craft kids as well as STEM kits in partnership with our local Garden Club and the Master Gardeners of PSU. We have had hosted our partners from Sight Services to offer free vision screenings for youths, and hope to host more resource professionals in the future.