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Join us for a live conversation about the importance and exciting possibilities of humanities programming.
The holidays are quickly approaching! Is your library ready to craft up some budget-friendly gifts?
This health crisis is also an economic crisis. Your patrons need financial literacy skills more than ever.
Librarians share some favorite book picks that speak to this tumultuous year.
You may be surprised at the range of virtual programs from your state humanities council.
Turn your sidewalk into a socially distanced playscape with some creativity and duct tape.
Tales & Travel Adventures brings library patrons living with dementia on virtual excursions to U.S. and global destinations.
In 1939, five Black men applied for library cards at a whites-only library. Then they sat in protest.
La Grange Park Library's Retro Aerobics Online gets people moving at home with throwback exercise videos.
ALA and Capital One invite rural libraries to apply for Community Connect: Digital Access at Home grants.