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Burnout: the struggle is real. Here are tips for getting rejuvenated when library life leaves you tired.
The YMCA of the USA engages 21 million people a year. Here are a few ways your library can get involved.
The programs are over, the partnerships are winding down. But not so fast — there’s still work to done.
Winterset Public Library offers a 45-minute, evidence-based strength training exercise class for older adults of all physical ability.
Through a full-time youth health and program coordinator position, a Texas library is infusing wellness into all of its programming.
The Dallas Public Library created pocket guides and special collections to help during emergencies.
A New York Public Library branch hosted a series of health-related conversations, with scientists present to clarify the facts.
A university library uses rubber duckies to lighten the mood during a stressful time.
Through a series of "excursions," Gail Borden Public Library's nationally recognized program reaches people with early- to mid-stage dementia.
It can be tough to attract an audience to library programs held outside the library, but Palos Verdes Library District found the sweet spot.