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Blog by Noah Lenstra

Noah Lenstra explores multi-sectoral coalitions and how libraries can play an important part in the health of their communities.

A shadowy photo of a young girl looking out a window at some trees
A shadowy photo of a young girl looking out a window at some trees
in News

COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into springtime plans, but you can still help your patrons commemorate Earth Day safely.

Tray of fresh flowers
Tray of fresh flowers
in Program Models

Inspired by Jean Van't Hul's book "The Artful Parent," kids made colorful suncatchers using fresh flowers and paper plates.

Picture of people participating in a video conference
Picture of people participating in a video conference
in News

Libraries are turning to videoconferencing during the pandemic, but there are risks — like Zoombombings.

Patrons holding up completed book wreaths
Patrons holding up completed book wreaths
in Program Models

For about $30 in supply costs, make 20 upcycled wreaths from books weeded from your library's collection.

National Library Week graphic: Find the library at your place
National Library Week graphic: Find the library at your place
in News

It's still on -- and it's happening now. Grab some graphics and let's celebrate the great work you do.

A woman wearing a mask reading on a park bench
A woman wearing a mask reading on a park bench

People rarely call in the humanities experts during times of crisis — but libraries are doing exactly that.

A screenshot from a recorded story time of "A Stone Sat Still"
A screenshot from a recorded story time of "A Stone Sat Still"
in News

It's not too late to celebrate Earth Day. All you need are these videos and a YouTube or Facebook page.