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When the local newspaper of Weare, New Hampshire, closed its doors, the library director stepped up.
After San Diego Public Library staff had an encounter with a possible sex trafficking victim, they decided to be a part of the solution.
We often celebrate happy times at libraries. What about acknowledging the messier aspects of being human?
If your older patrons struggle to make it out of the house in the winter, bring the programming to them.
A rural Maine library led patrons on a snowshoe outing, followed by potluck soup and warm drinks at the library.
A panel event helps parents navigate the complex middle school education options in the Los Angeles area.
Patrons were invited to get a first peek at a financial literacy exhibits at an event with art projects, poetry and more.
Apply by Feb. 16, 2018, to be part of a new pilot program to reach underserved youth through literature and racial healing sessions.