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A group of runners outdoors for the LP Fisher Public Library's Reindeer Run
A group of runners outdoors for the LP Fisher Public Library's Reindeer Run
Blog by Jenn Carson

This time of year, we could all use some exercise. This festive, dress-up fun run raises money for charity.

Man looking at laptop
Man looking at laptop
Blog by Noah Lenstra

An academic library shares its approach to program planning, risk taking and putting students first. 

Because quality information helps you make better health decisions. Libraries Transform. American Library Association. US National Library of Medicine.
Because quality information helps you make better health decisions. Libraries Transform. American Library Association. US National Library of Medicine.
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The Public Library Association shares free health tools and resources in the spirit of Health Literacy Month.

students stretching while studying
students stretching while studying
Blog by Noah Lenstra

Nap tent, anyone? Many colleges today have campus wellness offices, and they're an ideal program partner.

A Young Athlete participating in a program at the New Brunswick Free Library in New Jersey.
A Young Athlete participating in a program at the New Brunswick Free Library in New Jersey.
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For inclusive programming that reaches kids with and without intellectual disabilities, the Young Athletes program is a great place to start.

Child kicking soccer ball
Child kicking soccer ball
Blog by Noah Lenstra

Is your library circulating sports equipment? Don't just loan out the stuff — show people how to use it.

Painted rocks displayed on a table
Painted rocks displayed on a table
Blog by Jenn Carson

Haven't heard of the craze for painting and hiding rocks? You might be living under, well … a boulder.

Group of bicyclists in front of building
Group of bicyclists in front of building
Blog by Noah Lenstra

Move a little, learn a little. Libraries are embracing programs that combine biking and local history.