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Hand holding paper with poem written on it
Hand holding paper with poem written on it
in Program Models

Short on time and money? Here's a quick, inexpensive way to celebrate National Poetry Month in April.

Kids receive a free eye exam and glasses.
Kids receive a free eye exam and glasses.
in Program Models

A Georgia public library worked with Vision to Learn to host vision clinics for low-income communities. 

Writing on paper between two laptops
Writing on paper between two laptops

School librarians Jennifer Sturge and Donna Mignardi explore how to use, promote and create programming around open educational resources.

Mom laying down holding baby over her head on a yoga mat.
Mom laying down holding baby over her head on a yoga mat.
Blog by Jenn Carson

Help new moms adjust, make social connections and move their bodies during a critical time in their lives.

Three children sitting down and looking at books
Three children sitting down and looking at books
in Program Models

Forest Hill Public Library District promoted reading, writing and public speaking skills for elementary students.

Students critiquing their favorite illustrated book.
Students critiquing their favorite illustrated book.
Blog by Annie Ruefle

Can your patrons predict the top illustrated children's book of the year?

Paper leaves hang from the Poet-tree
Paper leaves hang from the Poet-tree
in Program Models

In this passive program, Princeton Public Library invited patrons to fill branches with leaves of poetry.