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The cover of an issue of Weare in the World
The cover of an issue of Weare in the World
in News

When the local newspaper of Weare, New Hampshire, closed its doors, the library director stepped up.

Yoga for Heart Ache logo
Yoga for Heart Ache logo
Blog by Jenn Carson

We often celebrate happy times at libraries. What about acknowledging the messier aspects of being human?

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in Program Models

The Connecticut State Library created a health program series aimed at all of the libraries they serve. 

Librarians standing in a circle at a workshop at the ALA Annual Conference.
Librarians standing in a circle at a workshop at the ALA Annual Conference.
in News

Small, mid-sized or rural public libraries can learn facilitation skills through a new ALA initiative.

chess board with books in the background
chess board with books in the background
Blog by Jenn Carson

A small-town public library takes its board game club to the next level with weekly chess lessons.

Painted pumpkins; photo by Drew Hays
Painted pumpkins; photo by Drew Hays
Blog by Jenn Carson

Good gourd, pumpkins aren't just for Halloween! We've found a low-budget, family-friendly activity for everyone to enjoy.

Old film projector drawing
Old film projector drawing

Re-invigorate your film and book discussions with a book-vs.-movie twist.

Kids sitting in a circle. Photo credit: Craig Scott
Kids sitting in a circle. Photo credit: Craig Scott
Blog by Jenn Carson

If you're willing to get a little wet, water games are a fun way to get kids moving.