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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.
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.