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The Public Library Association shares free health tools and resources in the spirit of Health Literacy Month.
Few things bring people together like a good meal. Join us to hear how two libraries established culinary literacy programming for their communities and get tips for setting up a similar program in your community.
Nap tent, anyone? Many colleges today have campus wellness offices, and they're an ideal program partner.
If you haven't made friends yet with your local school district, now is your time to shine.
Bring out the kid in all of us! This program offered grandparents a chance to bond with their young grandchildren at the library.
For inclusive programming that reaches kids with and without intellectual disabilities, the Young Athletes program is a great place to start.
Is your library circulating sports equipment? Don't just loan out the stuff — show people how to use it.
Short on time to create and foster partnerships? Here are three simple ways to get started.
Haven't heard of the craze for painting and hiding rocks? You might be living under, well … a boulder.
Move a little, learn a little. Libraries are embracing programs that combine biking and local history.