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Learning about the community's rich history provides a springboard to community engagement at a Manhattan library branch.
More than 500 people attended this free (and earth-friendly) clothes-swap at a New Zealand library.
Short on time and money? Here's a quick, inexpensive way to celebrate National Poetry Month in April.
The Jefferson Market Library shares how thoughtful programming made their branch a place for conversation in Manhattan's Greenwich Village.
The State of Iowa Library kicks off a yearlong blog series exploring how to scale down "big" programs for small libraries.
At Repair Cafés, volunteers make broken items like new again — and keep them out of landfills.
This easy, low-budget and intergenerational program uses ceramic tiles and markers to make freeform pieces of art.