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Engage your older adult patrons at home with these programs.
At San Diego Public Library, adults aged 55 and older tackled sensitive subjects in writing and then performed the pieces on stage.
Sacramento Public Library's painting and drawing classes culminated with an art show featuring 60 artists.
Lifetime Arts is halfway through a national project to help libraries better serve older adults with the creative arts.
More than 800 Brooklyn seniors have learned to draw, paint, sing and write poetry thanks to its creative aging programs.
When an Ohio public library noticed the local senior center didn't offer photography classes, it rose to the challenge.
The Hendrick Hudson Free Library offered a 12-week acting workshop for adults 55+ in which they performed "Twelve Angry Jurors."
The Phoenix Public Library sparked creativity in older adults with a series of hands-on art classes.
A New York public library works with a senior care center to offer an audiobook club for older adults.
Older adults learn computer skills with the help of teen volunteers at the New Westminster Public Library.