Librarian and youth in makerspace programming

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Books, Programming, Resources: Helping Patrons Through the Opioid Crisis

Publish Date: News / 9 January 2020

The opioid crisis which has crashed through American communities has brought patrons to public libraries seeking information about opioids and addiction. This collection of resources can help you connect patrons to the information that they need to s...

State Library Success: Choose to Read Ohio

Publish Date: News / 2 October 2019

The Choose to Read Ohio initiative highlights books by Ohio authors and illustrators to encourage reading. The program is run by the State Library of Ohio in collaboration with Ohioana Library Association and Ohio Center for the Book. With the suppor...

Programs for Culinary Literacy at the Gwinnett County Public Library

Publish Date: News / 11 September 2019

The number of libraries offering garden and culinary-focused programming have been "growing" and we love to highlight the ways libraries are innovating in this area. We recently had the opportunity to speak with staff at the Gwinnett County...

Denver Public Library: Opioid Response Profile

Publish Date: News / 24 July 2019

Denver Public Library's Community Resource Program (CRP) is the foundation for the library's response to the opioid crisis. The program launched in 2015 as a solution to staff interest in better serving individuals experiencing homelessness, and expa...