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Check out this list of monthly events and celebrations to help with your program planning.

cartoon drawing of a seated audience and a group of scientists
cartoon drawing of a seated audience and a group of scientists

A New York Public Library branch hosted a series of health-related conversations, with scientists present to clarify the facts.

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!"
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A University of Minnesota library lightened the mood during a stressful time by hiding rubber duckies throughout the library. 

Wall with poems at the Traveling Stanzas: Immigrant Voices opening reception
Wall with poems at the Traveling Stanzas: Immigrant Voices opening reception
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Acknowledging the unique experiences of immigrants, this exhibit sparks conversation through poetry.

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hand putting ballot in box
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August 2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of the woman’s suffrage movement. Is your library celebrating?

 

Table and chairs with book shelf behind it
Table and chairs with book shelf behind it
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Much like a wine tasting, patrons spent an evening sampling and discussing a titles from four literary genres.

Men around a table looking at text
Men around a table looking at text

The Free Library of Philadelphia built bridges with the community through a collection of rare Islamic texts.

Police crime scene tape
Police crime scene tape
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Give true-crime buffs a day to learn about forensics, investigation and criminal justice — all from the safety of their local library.