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Two recent health conferences show ways for libraries to become more involved in making Americans healthier.
NYPL's Seward Park branch sets out to lead discussions about the most important issue facing residents of the Lower East Side.
As an offshoot of its seed-sharing program and farmers' market, High Point Public Library hosted a discussion about community gardening.
Get some last-minute inspiration for Money Smart Week 2019 (March 30 to April 6) with these program ideas.
Here's what LP Fisher Public Library learned when they brought storytime to the farmers' market.
Cut the Cord is a quarterly presentation that informs patrons about lower-cost alternatives to cable subscriptions.
Learning about the community's rich history provides a springboard to community engagement at a Manhattan library branch.
From animal photos to open textbooks, these links will help you find open educational resources for your students or patrons.