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An Oklahoma public library attracted patrons of all ages with a simple alternative to coloring books.
Russell Library found that grown-ups love their fairy house-building workshop just as much as kids do.
Young adults learn the basics of being a grown-up, from budgeting to making grilled cheese with an iron.
Introducing kids to entrepreneurial concepts helps them with critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.
This intergenerational program sources local teens to answer older patrons' tech questions.
A unique collection of 150 board games (and related program offerings) draws gamers of every age and background.
How do you circulate 40 robotic LEGO kits to 31 branches without losing the pieces — and your mind?
University of Dayton students connect to local, campus and personal histories in these popular programs.