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An Oklahoma library's teen advisory board created a Harry Potter program series that ran for nearly a full school year.
Wake County Public Libraries celebrated the musical "Hamilton" with a unique tea party series.
Omaha Public Library challenged teens to make holiday treats in a program based on Netflix's "Nailed It!".
In this passive program, Princeton Public Library invited patrons to fill branches with leaves of poetry.
The Sonoma State University Library partnered with a campus tea club for a finals week program.
At Repair Cafés, volunteers make broken items like new again — and keep them out of landfills.
A small programming budget doesn't need to hold you back. Here are more tips for programming on a shoestring.