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When an Ohio public library noticed the local senior center didn't offer photography classes, it rose to the challenge.
In 2014, a group of public libraries embarked on a new kind of community engagement project. Read their stories in ALA's newly released case...
The Hendrick Hudson Free Library offered a 12-week acting workshop for adults 55+ in which they performed "Twelve Angry Jurors."
A Florida university library invites local participants to celebrate Latino culture with storytelling.
The Westchester (N.Y.) Library System hired a program coordinator to offer service referrals to low-income older adults.
The Phoenix Public Library sparked creativity in older adults with a series of hands-on art classes.
ALA invites libraries to apply for the Great Stories Club, a book club program for at-risk teens.
K-8 school libraries that held humanities programming in 2015-16 could win $5,000.