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Photo of a person painting in watercolor.
Photo of a person painting in watercolor.
in Program Models

Liberty Lake Library gives patrons everything they need to get crafty at home during the COVID-19 pandemic

Sign for the Meservey Carnival
Sign for the Meservey Carnival

A small budget didn’t stop Meservey Public Library from starting a huge, community-wide annual event.

group of children sit in front of bookshelves
group of children sit in front of bookshelves
in Program Models

With no universal pre-K in the area, a New York library created its own six-week preschool program.

Drag Queen and child face camera and hold hands up in front of them smiling.
Drag Queen and child face camera and hold hands up in front of them smiling.
in News

A library director shares his experience hosting the popular — and controversial — storytime event.

Patrons wait for the lecture to begin.
Patrons wait for the lecture to begin.
in Program Models

Estes Valley Library asked a local journalism professor to help patrons spot fake news.

Creating street art using stencils and paint
Creating street art using stencils and paint
in Program Models

Kids and adults made art together at this combined street-art discussion and author talk.

FLL teams prepare their robots
FLL teams prepare their robots
in Program Models

Want students to build teamwork and problem-solving skills? Create a LEGO robotics league!

Banned Books week logo: Defend the First Amendment, Read a Banned Book
Banned Books week logo: Defend the First Amendment, Read a Banned Book
Blog by John Jackson

Banned Books Week 2018 starts Sept. 23. Get your plans in order with these simple programming ideas.