PreCOVID the Family Place Room was used for families and caregivers to meet for play dates. After COVID families are not coming into the library and staying like they had before. We have been trying to change and adapt to the changing needs of our community so we have changed the way we've hosted programs, circulated materials and interacted with patrons. Since we were not able to host in person programs most if 2020-2021 we relied on social media to share family & literacy tips (inspired by Idaho State Library's Bookworm newsletter) and resources virtually. We participated in community meetings (via Facebook Live) to present information and resources to parents about the importance of play, reading to your child and engaging in meaningful interaction. We created Story Kits (story time to go with links to games, activities and crafts) STEM kits for parents and kids to explore topics and ideas together, Crafts2Go, and Sensory Take & Makes (like I-Spy & Busy bottles). The libraries are now open, however we are not seeing as many families coming back into the spaces yet so we are continuing with To Go styles programs. We are currently working on creating StoryWalks in local parks so that we can reach out to more families, creating themed parent resource kits and toddler exploration kits (we have several preschool aged kits, but not as many for babies and toddlers).