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Library workers dressed up in Star Wars themed costumes
Library workers dressed up in Star Wars themed costumes
in Program Models

Lefferts Library hosted a spelling bee and costume contest in honor of Star Wars Reads month in October.

Group of senior citizen women do chair yoga.
Group of senior citizen women do chair yoga.

When the Palos Verdes Library District embarked on a major initiative to serve older adults, they knew the first step: a needs assessment.

Five books in a row
Five books in a row
in News

Looking for ways to spice up your book club? Check out these ideas from our archives.

Sign that reads "Check out a litter clean up kit with your library card." There is an image of a bucket with gloves to represent the kit.
Sign that reads "Check out a litter clean up kit with your library card." There is an image of a bucket with gloves to represent the kit.
in News

Everyone expects to be able to check out books and DVDs. But telescopes? Cake pans? Litter clean-up kits?

18 inch doll stands in a green a pink dress with pig tails in her hair and a bindi on her forehead.
18 inch doll stands in a green a pink dress with pig tails in her hair and a bindi on her forehead.
in News

A librarian and her patrons created a doll celebrating their community’s Indian American population.

A woman and child sit at a table making crafts.
A woman and child sit at a table making crafts.

Even without a dedicated makerspace, you can still incorporate maker elements into your day.

Girl wearing swim floaties. Photo by Jelleke Vanooteghem on Unsplash
Girl wearing swim floaties. Photo by Jelleke Vanooteghem on Unsplash
in Program Models

A rural public library in Canada's Yukon territory partnered with a local pool to get kids reading and swimming over summer break.

Person riding on skateboard on road
Person riding on skateboard on road

Teen librarian Colleen Whittall takes her teens to the skate park — with nary a book in sight.