The Ararat Regional Library Storytime program has moved online, following the closure of the library due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ararat Rural City Council chief executive Dr Tim Harrison said the popular program has been entertaining children for more than a decade.
"Storytime has become a treasured tradition of the Ararat Regional Library and it's great to see that after 10 years the community still loves Storytime," he said.
Grant and Kylee have teamed up with Tim Lewis at the Ararat Town Hall to bring Storytime and Rhyme-time to the digital world, taking full advantage of the opportunities that creating content online has to offer.
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"It's great to see people adapting and making the most of a difficult situation," he said.
"Grant, Kylee, Tim and all involved at the Town Hall and Library should be proud of their efforts.
"We hope continuing programs such as Storytime and adapting them is helping the community in this difficult time."
People can watch every Storytime video for free online through the Ararat Rural City Council YouTube page.
These can be easily found by searching "Storytime Ararat" in the YouTube search bar.
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The community are also encouraged to keep in touch with Grant, Kylee and the team through the Ararat Regional Library Facebook page, which will also be posting videos and updates for fans of the program.
People are urged to share new ideas for Storytime and let the team know any stories they would like to tell in the comments section.
This week the Storytime theme is "Aliens & Space", which is already available on YouTube.
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