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An historic photograph of a Juneteenth or Emancipation Day celebration held on June 19, 1900 in "East Woods" on East 24th Street in Austin. Public domain photo

San Marcos Juneteenth celebrations

The Juneteenth Foundation, Inc. (JFI) and the Dunbar Heritage Association (DHA) have revamped their annual citywide Juneteenth celebrations this year in order to celebrate amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The San Marcos Public Library has found ways to move many of their programs and resources to the internet in order to keep serving the community throughout the pandemic . Daily Record file photo

Library plans programming through pandemic

The San Marcos Public Library has been working to find ways to revamp and rethink important summer programs — like the Summer Reading Program, puppet shows, storytimes and career resources — to make them available to the community in the wake of COVID-19.

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Teacher Consultants Susan Perez (far left) and Cricket Ingraham (far right) pose for a photo with students during the June 2019 session of the Young Writers Camp. Photos courtesy of the Central Texas Writing Project

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The 2020 summer session schedule for the Young Writers Camp, that will be held online this year.

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Elementary students participating in the 2019 Young Writers Camp pose with Teacher Consultant Jessica Klingsick.

Young Writers Camp goes online

Each summer since 1998, the Central Texas Writing Project (CTWP) at Texas State University has hosted the Young Writers Camp. But for the first time ever, CTWP is delivering its camp offerings completely online.

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