Fort Bend County Libraries are getting creative about how we use our virtual platforms.
The Adult Services Department at Fort Bend County Libraries (FBCL) will be hosting a few game-day activities within the month of February. These events will take place completely online, specifically catering to both adults and teens.
So far, FBCL has two activities lined up in anticipation!
The first of the two, “Virtual Board-Game Day: Love Letter,” will occur on Tuesday, February 2nd. Starting at 3:00 P.M., this event will be featuring the card game “Love Letter.” The goal of this game is to deliver a letter to an esteemed princess by eliminating opponents along the way. As you may tell, this game is much more interactive and exciting than what comes out of a typical card deck!
Are you interested in playing along? If so, you can register on the FBCL website. In addition, if you’d like to brush up on the rules of this game, you can find its instructions here. This virtual game day will be available through Webex — a free live streaming service.
On Thursday, February 11th, Fort Bend County Libraries will be hosting its “Black History Month Digital Scavenger Hunt.” For this event, participants are encouraged to use their detective skills and African-American history knowledge to complete a uniquely themed scavenger hunt.
To access this activity, simply login to the FBCL website on the 11th at any time. This all-day virtual event does not require registration and is completely free and open to the public.
Fort Bend County Libraries’ virtual programs, resources, and events can be found under the “Classes & Events” portion of its website. For more information, you can also call FBCL’s Communications Office at 281-633-4734. Be sure to keep a look-out —more fun and educational activities will be added in the near future!