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Learn how ALA's Great Stories Club program can help your library connect with underserved youth in your community.
There are nearly 3,000 local health departments across the country. Have you partnered with yours?
Inspired by a school gym class, this life-size version of the classic tabletop game is fun for all ages.
Help young people distinguish fact from fiction with these information literacy resources.
Incorporate the Collaborative Summer Library Program's rockin' theme with a music therapy program.
A new blog series on health-related library programming kicks off with tips on hosting a heath and wellness fair.
Inclusive, diverse and supportive of community participation, community gardens are a great way to bring together patrons and expand the library's role beyond its walls.
Pottsboro (Texas) Area Public Library learned how powerful community gardens can be when the library used a single grant to transform an acre of vacant city land into a vibrant garden plot that residents could use, free of charge.
Brooklyn Public Library enlisted teens' help for an event about loving, celebrating and taking care of yourself.
The LP Fisher Public Library offered a free self-defense class followed by Yoga for Trauma.
With strong partnerships, Bellwood-Antis Public Library has kept its health fair going for 12 years.