Programming

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Your library's programming brings to your community, rich opportunities for learning, entertainment, and building connections across all age groups. Find resources, templates and successful strategies for planning, marketing, implementing and evaluating your programming efforts.

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Hunger and Libraries: Snacks, Backpacks and More

 News / Last Modified: 12 October 2017

Autumn is an excellent time of year to highlight ways libraries are fighting hunger in their communities, and October is a great month to start planning for summer lunch and learning programs. Below you’ll find a list of some resources for learning m...

Columbus Metropolitan Responds to Hunger: Summer Meals and More

 News / Last Modified: 08 October 2017

As a library looks ahead to its busiest programming schedule of the year, why would it consider becoming a summer meal site? At Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML), staff realized kids were hungry from the time they arrived at 9am until they left at ...

Cuentos y Más/Stories and More: A bilingual TV story time

 Document / Last Modified: 06 October 2017

Press release announcing Cuentos y Más / Stories and More, a bilingual (English/Spanish)TV story time which promotes the joy of reading and libraries. The program is also available online.

Programming Idea: Community + Quilt = CommuniQuilt

 News / Last Modified: 15 September 2017

What happens when you combine community and quilting? You get a CommuniQuilt! Jazmin Idakaar, Programs & Community Outreach Librarian with the Boston Public Library shares an inspiring and creative programming idea for creating a community quilt....