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COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into springtime plans, but you can still help your patrons commemorate Earth Day safely.
For about $30 in supply costs, make 20 upcycled wreaths from books weeded from your library's collection.
People rarely call in the humanities experts during times of crisis — but libraries are doing exactly that.
Librarian Monique Sugimoto encourages residents to document and share their experiences from the pandemic.
Follow these steps to create original digital stories to share online or as a fun workshop for families.
Still looking for an Earth Day program? Think: Beeswax wrap, fix-it fairs and composting classes.
Check out resources from ALA, the Census Bureau and others for help preparing for the 2020 Census.
Part 2 in a series about must-have tabletop games explores those that might not yet be on your radar.