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Big programs call for big marketing. Here's how one library promoted a huge series for older adults.
With spring on the horizon, February is prime time for gardening programs in libraries.
Challenge young people to position themselves in yoga poses based just on printed silhouettes hung on a wall.
A Georgia public library worked with Vision to Learn to host vision clinics for low-income communities.
Develop high-impact health and wellness programming in your library by finding and working with nonprofits.
Help new moms adjust, make social connections and move their bodies during a critical time in their lives.
When embarking on a big community programming initiative, there's no reason to go it alone.
A twice-weekly chair yoga class run by a volunteer instructor brings a regular crowd to Walton Public Library.
The Sonoma State University Library partnered with a campus tea club for a finals week program.
Partnering with local universities and colleges is a great way to bring high-quality health programming to your community.