Sundays on Stage
Register for our virtual Sundays on Stage events!
Tea with Florence Nightingale
Sun., May 31, 2pm
Have tea with Florence Nightingale, “The Lady with the Lamp,” on the occasion of her 200th birthday. Florence Nightingale was an English social reformer and statistician, and the founder of modern nursing. She came to prominence while serving as a manager of nurses trained by her during the Crimean War, where she organized the care of wounded soldiers. Storyteller, playwright and actress Megan Wells will portray Nightingale. Register by emailing email@example.com and we will email you the link to the program.
- Billboard – livestreams & virtual concerts to watch during Coronavirus Crisis.
Programs for Teens
- Escape Room – The Commute
The Commute (a digital escape room to play at home)
Solve each puzzle in order to move to the next lock. One hint: Look at what the lock is asking you to find before you read the clue — numbers, shapes, directions, colors, or letters. There’s no penalty for multiple guesses. You’ll need to visit some websites like tourist sites in San Francisco, the BART system page, in order to find the answers. Good luck!
Keep track of your time, and print out the sign or take a picture of the congratulations page at the end to show you completed it. Share it with Batavia Public Library through Facebook or Instagram!
- Inclusion Game Night
Shall we play a game? Tabletopia offers more than 600 online games, many available for free for solo players or to play against other players via Discord. And you can create your own board game in the Workshop.
Roll20 offers online versions of D&D using Steam and Discord to connect remotely with other players. Roll20 also offers tools and tutorials for brand new dungeonmasters.