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Libraries are Essential: Connecting to Youth in Your Community

Posted March 15, 2011

Even though it’s still cold outside, summer is just around the corner. And we all know what that means – summer reading programs! These programs are a great way to connect with the youth in your community. But what happens after the lazy days of summer fade away? Tune in to the second Libraries are Essential webcast: Connecting to Youth in Your Community to get some great tips for using youth programs throughout the year to continually promote the essential value of the library.

Original Event Date: March 15, 2011

Watch the recording

Speakers:
Rhonda Puntney, Youth Services/Special Needs Coordinator for the Lakeshores Library System, Waterford, WI, and the incoming President of the Collaborative Summer Library Program
Shelley Riskin, Library Media Director at Pleasant Ridge School, Glenview, IL
Autumn Winters, Young Adult Librarian, Durham County Library, Durham, NC

Moderator:
Julie Corsaro, President of The Association for Library Service to Children, a writer, reviewer, and children’s literature consultant, NoveList contributor, and the editor of NoveList School News.