Get ready to be inspired! Ten library professionals share what to know about working with interns.
The third annual community engagement grant will support two libraries' work in social justice topics.
You're cordially invited! This high tea is based on the "Bridgerton" books and Netflix series.
The Peggy Barber Tribute Grant supports meaningful programs in libraries with limited programming budgets.
McCracken County Public Library provides formerly incarcerated people with take-home kits.
One hundred public and school libraries will receive free books and resources to teach financial literacy.
UCSB's library created student-led book clubs to satisfy the need for in-depth book-centered discussions.
Southern Adirondack Library System works to get fresh food from farms to library patrons.
Feeling burnt out or less creative with your programs? This list of suggested books might be able to help.
New Ulm Public Library is working with local faith communities to prepare for harsh weather emergencies.
Give old stuffed animals a new life with this stuffed animal taxidermy craft.
To communicate clearly with community members, it can be helpful to be aware of hidden layers.
A Georgia library provided patrons with everything they needed to create a tiny mini golf hole.
Igiugig’s remote location creates a high cost of living. This is where the library steps in.
Ranging from music, the human body, and engineering, these backpacks are educational and fun.
This popular teen financial lit program (complete with free pizza!) took place after library hours.
Librarian Nick Demske explains his approach to the stipend model as an opportunity to change the world.
Book bikes can start conversations and bring books and programs outside of the library's walls.
Host a "plant swap," where people can get new plants, share cuttings, or drop off plants.