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A collaborative program series in central Iowa brings health and wellness programming to residents for six months of the year.
Two recent health conferences show ways for libraries to become more involved in making Americans healthier.
Failure happens. But, as Neil Gaiman says “If you’re making mistakes, it means you’re out there doing something.”
Ferguson Municipal Public Library offered a star-inspired embroidery class for all ages.
As an offshoot of its seed-sharing program and farmers' market, High Point Public Library hosted a discussion about community gardening.
A three-part cooking and health information series reaches patrons with obesity, diabetes and other weight management issues.
East Carolina University sought to reduce the health information gap for seasonal farmworkers.
Here's what LP Fisher Public Library learned when they brought storytime to the farmers' market.
Akron Summit County Public Library received a grant to loan out wearable fitness trackers to low-income residents of their city.
Big programs call for big marketing. Here's how one library promoted a huge series for older adults.