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five water bottles and two sets of dumbbells
five water bottles and two sets of dumbbells
in Program Models

Winterset Public Library offers a 45-minute, evidence-based strength training exercise class for older adults of all physical ability.

Sign for the Meservey Carnival
Sign for the Meservey Carnival

A small budget didn’t stop Meservey Public Library from starting a huge, community-wide annual event.

Photo of a group of rubber ducks with notes attached saying "Stress ReDUCKtion QUAK! You found me! Head down to the Circulation desk and claim your stress reducing prize!"
Photo of a group of rubber ducks with notes attached saying "Stress ReDUCKtion QUAK! You found me! Head down to the Circulation desk and claim your stress reducing prize!"
in Program Models

A university library uses rubber duckies to lighten the mood during a stressful time.

Book cover for "Book Club Reboot: 71 Creative Twists"
Book cover for "Book Club Reboot: 71 Creative Twists"
in News

Is your book club feeling stale or uninspired? What you need is a reboot: “Book Club Reboot: 71 Creative Twists,” published by ALA Editions.

two red dice lay on a table
two red dice lay on a table
in Program Models

Set out a bunch of board games and activities and let the kids do the rest.

Woman sitting at table with little girl doing crafts
Woman sitting at table with little girl doing crafts
in Program Models

Oak Park Public Library invited families to explore history and social justice through American Girl Dolls.

Image of pressed flowers on a notepad with tools surrounding it.
Image of pressed flowers on a notepad with tools surrounding it.
in Program Models

This beginner's workshop teaches adults to make a nature-inspired piece of artwork to hang in their homes.

Three children sitting down and looking at books
Three children sitting down and looking at books
in Program Models

Forest Hill Public Library District promoted reading, writing and public speaking skills for elementary students.