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Photograph shows a person reading a book to a group of children sitting on the floor inside a local museum. There is a large, old red fire truck to the right of the group.
Photograph shows a person reading a book to a group of children sitting on the floor inside a local museum. There is a large, old red fire truck to the right of the group.
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Partnerships with local businesses, nonprofit or civic groups increase the reach and impact of library efforts.

Illustration shows three people gathered around a table looking at a laptop with another person on a laptop in a different location.
Illustration shows three people gathered around a table looking at a laptop with another person on a laptop in a different location.
in News

Is hybrid a good fit for your library's post-pandemic programming? 

Photograph of two masked Waimea librarians standing inside the library in front of a map of the Waimea 400 plan.
Photograph of two masked Waimea librarians standing inside the library in front of a map of the Waimea 400 plan.
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This Hawaii library helped its community regain trust in leadership through engaging conversations. 

Photograph of night sky lit up with stars.
Photograph of night sky lit up with stars.
in Program Models

This program described traditional Navajo astronomy, culture, and ceremonies.

A group of kids with an adult walking through a river.
A group of kids with an adult walking through a river.
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Library programs don't have to stay within your library's walls. In what unique spaces have you hosted programs in?

Photograph of two finished mini-libraries
Photograph of two finished mini-libraries
in Program Models

Celebrate your library with these cute mini-library creations.

Photograph of two people looking at old newspapers on a computer. (On December 7, 2015, participants in History Unfolded gather at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, DC, to search local newspaper archives.) Photograph courtesy of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Photograph of two people looking at old newspapers on a computer. (On December 7, 2015, participants in History Unfolded gather at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, DC, to search local newspaper archives.) Photograph courtesy of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
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History Unfolded: US Newspapers and the Holocaust invites libraries to research local newspaper coverage on Holocaust-era events.

Illustration of three people appearing anxious, stressed.
Illustration of three people appearing anxious, stressed.
in News

A Texas library stepped in with resources when people in the community struggled with mental health.