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Businesses, restaurants get creative, adapt during COVID-19 pandemic

NOTTINGHAM, MD—As COVID-19 continues to affect daily life in Baltimore County and around the world, businesses are finding new ways to help the community and attract clients.

Barnes & Noble on The Avenue is now offering curbside pickup for online orders as well as a “Virtual Story Time.” For curbside pickup, customers are encouraged to place their orders online, select free store pickup, wait to receive a confirmation pickup email, then call Barnes & Noble once they are parked outside. Virtual Story Time slots are posted at https://www.youtube.com/barnesandnoble. The books being featured on Saturday include “Macca the Alpaca” and “The Very Impatient Caterpillar.”

JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts stores are distributing free kits to sew face masks and gowns for hospitals and healthcare facilities. As of March 23, all 860 locations, including the Perring Plaza location, are offering curbside pickup and home delivery of free kite to make masks and gowns to be donated to local hospitals.

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Now that Governor Larry Hogan has ordered the closure of all a Maryland bars & restaurant dining areas, Lib’s Grill in Perry Hall has temporarily transitioned to Lib’s Grill Curbside Dining Experience. The new curbside offering debuted on Friday, March 27th. Staffers will even appear in costume to deliver meals to patrons. Curbside pickup is available from noon to 8 p.m. daily and the restaurant has posted a special curbside menu on their website.

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