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Don't overlook retiring or transitioning professionals as potential presenters for your library programs.
Looking for ideas on how to provide services to vulnerable customers in your library system? Join two library social workers to learn how libraries are on the front lines of social work — and how you can help patrons in need in your own communities.
Author signings getting low attendance? Instead of saying no, Wilbraham (Mass.) Public Library found a topic that its community cares about.
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Find out how your library can be an ally.
Partnering with a local running club can make both the library and running communities stronger.
The Westchester (N.Y.) Library System hired a program coordinator to offer service referrals to low-income older adults.
Problem: older adults have trouble getting to the library. Solution: bring the books to them.
Are you interested in expanding your services to older adults, but don’t know where to start? Join representatives from three public libraries that received an AARP Foundation Integrated Services for Older Adults (ISOA) grant as they share successful strategies, advice and resources.
A Pennsylvania public library spices up its 10-week walking program with special events, like a cemetery walk or tour of a historic home.
Blogger Jenn Carson woke her patrons out of their winter hibernation with a hugely popular ballroom dancing class.