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After San Diego Public Library staff had an encounter with a possible sex trafficking victim, they decided to be a part of the solution.
We often celebrate happy times at libraries. What about acknowledging the messier aspects of being human?
If your older patrons struggle to make it out of the house in the winter, bring the programming to them.
The Connecticut State Library created a health program series aimed at all of the libraries they serve.
Looking to serve their homeless population, an upstate New York library creates a one-stop-shop of social and medical services.
A rural Maine library led patrons on a snowshoe outing, followed by potluck soup and warm drinks at the library.
Hosting an unstructured therapy dog program can help your teen patrons battle anxiety and depression.
When a small New York library saw that their community needed fresh food, they responded in a big way.
Just starting out with library programming, or looking to be re-energized? Learn from your peers with these three webinars.
Encourage your patrons to exercise with this "Lord of the Rings"-inspired walking challenge.