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Patrons wait for the lecture to begin.
Patrons wait for the lecture to begin.
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Estes Valley Library asked a local journalism professor to help patrons spot fake news.

Brooklyn Public Library Youth Advisory Council members
Brooklyn Public Library Youth Advisory Council members
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Brooklyn Public Library enlisted teens' help for an event about loving, celebrating and taking care of yourself. 

A girl on a horse decorated as a unicorn
A girl on a horse decorated as a unicorn
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A year later, kids still rush into this Oklahoma library shouting, "This is where I saw a unicorn!"

Participants learned how to make holiday gifts from what is readily available in their kitchens.
Participants learned how to make holiday gifts from what is readily available in their kitchens.
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Campbell County Library teamed up with the University of Kentucky to teach patrons how to make holiday gifts on a budget. 

Experts from ASIA Inc. teach financial literacy to a Nepali-speaking man.
Experts from ASIA Inc. teach financial literacy to a Nepali-speaking man.
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Lakewood Public Library hosted a financial literacy workshop for Burmese and Nepali-speaking patrons. 

A community member tests her grip at the library's Family Health and Safety Fair.
A community member tests her grip at the library's Family Health and Safety Fair.
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With strong partnerships, Bellwood-Antis Public Library has kept its health fair going for 12 years.

Factile offers a Jeopardy board for anyone to create their own game.
Factile offers a Jeopardy board for anyone to create their own game.
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Make financial literacy (or any topic) fun with a trivia game that you create using free online software.

Continuous Line Monster art project
Continuous Line Monster art project
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Kansas City Public Library brought fun, creative art projects, like Continuous Line Monsters, to kids in a local after-school program.