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More than 500 people attended this free (and earth-friendly) clothes-swap at a New Zealand library.
Short on time and money? Here's a quick, inexpensive way to celebrate National Poetry Month in April.
The Jefferson Market Library shares how thoughtful programming made their branch a place for conversation in Manhattan's Greenwich Village.
The State of Iowa Library kicks off a yearlong blog series exploring how to scale down "big" programs for small libraries.
At Repair Cafés, volunteers make broken items like new again — and keep them out of landfills.
This easy, low-budget and intergenerational program uses ceramic tiles and markers to make freeform pieces of art.
Mingling different age groups enables kids to learn from one another in new ways.
Partnering with your local Extension can bring endless programming possibilities to your library.