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Much like a wine tasting, patrons spent an evening sampling and discussing a titles from four literary genres.
Through a series of "excursions," Gail Borden Public Library's nationally recognized program reaches people with early- to mid-stage dementia.
Inspired by the Read Woke movement, Calvert County Public Schools started a diverse books challenge.
The Free Library of Philadelphia built bridges with the community through a collection of rare Islamic texts.
It can be tough to attract an audience to library programs held outside the library, but Palos Verdes Library District found the sweet spot.
Give true-crime buffs a day to learn about forensics, investigation and criminal justice — all from the safety of their local library.
National Library Week 2019 takes place April 7 to 13. There are plenty of quick, simple ways your library can celebrate.
Is your book club feeling stale or uninspired? What you need is a reboot: “Book Club Reboot: 71 Creative Twists,” published by ALA Editions.