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Active Kids is a free program designed to get elementary-age kids moving through activities like yoga, karate and softball.
When the Palos Verdes Library District embarked on a major initiative to serve older adults, they knew the first step: a needs assessment.
Reach older adults in your community with by partnering with local aging councils and agencies.
These two library programs help fill patrons' heads, bellies and hearts.
A rural public library in Canada's Yukon territory partnered with a local pool to get kids reading and swimming over summer break.
Teen librarian Colleen Whittall takes her teens to the skate park — with nary a book in sight.
Mingling different age groups enables kids to learn from one another in new ways.
Partnering with your local Extension can bring endless programming possibilities to your library.
A western Massachusetts library had 200 people attend this family-friendly and eco-friendly fall event.
A D.C.-area library worked with their local Extension to offer environmental and agriculture programs.