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When librarian Jessi Baker learned that kids in her community could go hungry, she started an effort to find a solution.
Learn how this little Kentucky library became host to an extraordinary K-Pop fan meet.
Members of ALA's Sustainability Roundtable share their favorite Earth Day celebration ideas.
A year into the pandemic, ALA's Financial Literacy Interest Group shares last-minute ideas for another virtual Money Smart Week.
The Seed Library at Cleveland Public Library allows patrons to check out a packet of heirloom seeds.
Janie Hermann offers tips on how to collect program data and feedback in a virtual environment.
Virtual Money Smart Week 2021 begins on April 10, 2021, with a full lineup of online events free and open to the public. Register now!
Hubbard Public Library has toys and backpacks of activities for check-out to educate and entertain kids.
How does program success in a virtual world differ from in-person programs and events? In this webinar, we explore how to collect compelling program data and feedback in a virtual environment.
Engage your older adult patrons at home with these programs.