The pandemic is not slowing down the Wayne County Public Library. Several children's programs are still going strong, with even more on the horizon.

Monday groups are tackling the alphabet one letter at a time, and they have a tasty snack coinciding with each letter. Wednesdays belong to adventurous stories for preschoolers, and the Lego Challenge Club is conquering "building igloos" this week to go along with all the winter weather we've had recently.

"A lot of it is just to take the focus off everything that's going on. We're still here, we're still fun, we still believe in the magic of reading," Betty Lawson, Children's Librarian, said.

The library also launched a pen pals program recently for all ages to promote human interaction even if you're miles apart.