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Family looking at nativity
Family looking at nativity
Blog by Katy Kelly

An exhibit of nativities from around the world is cause for celebration each year at the University of Dayton.

Thinking Money
Thinking Money
in News

Make financial literacy fun and engaging for tweens, teens and their families.

 
Native Voices
Native Voices
in News

Apply to host a traveling exhibition exploring Native Peoples' concepts of health and illness.

Teens at a drawing workshop
Teens at a drawing workshop
in News

Arts & Culture Coordinator Veronica Funk shares how she offers programming on a tight budget.

Brenna Johnston (left) and her grandmother Teresa Sumnicht sit on the bench they created for Columbus (Wis.) Public Library’s pilot program. Photo: Columbus Public Library
Brenna Johnston (left) and her grandmother Teresa Sumnicht sit on the bench they created for Columbus (Wis.) Public Library’s pilot program. Photo: Columbus Public Library
in News

Artists in a Wisconsin town partner with the library as part of an effort to unite residents and the city.

6 adults cosplaying Nick Fury, Jason Tood, Rorschach, Spiderman (symbiote costume), Spiderman, and Deadpool
6 adults cosplaying Nick Fury, Jason Tood, Rorschach, Spiderman (symbiote costume), Spiderman, and Deadpool

Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Library recently hosted its first Mini Comic-Con. Event organizer Justin Switzer shares how he pulled it off.

Quanah Parker sits in Star House
Quanah Parker sits in Star House
in Program Models

Eastern Illinois University's Booth Library hosts an exhibition on Quanah Parker, the last Comanche chief, and his mother.

Science of Brewing flier
Science of Brewing flier
in Program Models

As part of a science-themed summer reading program, a Tennessee library partnered with a local microbrewery.