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Or, how University of Dayton Libraries used new trends and pop culture to welcome first-year students.
Oak Park (Ill.) Public Library's black history programming extends long beyond February.
A New Jersey public library offers ideas on how to create a budget-friendly craft series for adults.
A Woodstock First Nation educator taught young people to make an indigenous shaker at the L.P. Fisher Public Library.
A Massachusetts library invited a certified tea specialist to help patrons demystify this tasty drink.
A Florida public library hosted a successful reading with author and Miami native Jennine Capó Crucet.
To promote a reading initiative, an Alexandria (Va.) library branch transported residents to the '60s with a panel discussion.