Organizers have decided to postpone the Plum Creek Literacy Festival’s fall event until April 15-17, 2021, according to a July 16 Facebook post.

"This decision was made based on guidance from our local health officials, the recent surge of COVID-19 cases and the continued uncertainty about the virus and the impact it’s having on travel, schools and the public’s health.

"The festival's mission and ministry will still continue this fall! We are constantly working on new ways to support literacy in our schools and libraries.

"Be on the lookout for information on the annual art auction, which will happen late September/early October; a new logo reveal; information on the 25th anniversary fundraising campaign; and updates as to how the festival might look in April."

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