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NEA Big Read
NEA Big Read
in News

NEA Big Read celebrates its 10th anniversary by putting a spotlight on contemporary literature.

World War I and America
World War I and America
in News

The Library of America is awarding 120 programming grants to libraries that want to explore the The Great War's legacies.

Jennine CapĂł Crucet signing her book
Jennine CapĂł Crucet signing her book
in Program Models

A Florida public library hosted a successful reading with author and Miami native Jennine CapĂł Crucet.

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Laptop and notebook
Laptop and notebook

Large library systems often have the resources to create innovating programming, but it can be tough to get new ideas off the ground. Get started...

Milton-Union Public Library's mascot, Milty, has traveled to drug stores, football fields, fire stations and ice cream shops around the West Milton community.
Milton-Union Public Library's mascot, Milty, has traveled to drug stores, football fields, fire stations and ice cream shops around the West Milton community.
in News

Kick off summer at your library with unique programs that think "outside the book."

A Little Havana walkway is decorated with upside down umbrellas.
A Little Havana walkway is decorated with upside down umbrellas.
in Program Models

A university library took patrons on a tour of a vibrant and historic Cuban neighborhood in Miami.

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Our Streets, Our Stories tabling event
Our Streets, Our Stories tabling event
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Brooklyn Public Library explores “the Brooklyn that is and the Brooklyn that was" through audio interviews.

"Movement, Memories and Merengue" program with teaching artist Walter Perez. Photo credit to Herb Scher.
"Movement, Memories and Merengue" program with teaching artist Walter Perez. Photo credit to Herb Scher.
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Lifetime Arts is halfway through a national project to help libraries better serve older adults with the creative arts.