Held on February 28 at the Wintergreen Resort.
Science, Technology, and Crafts, Oh My: Programming for Tweens and Teens with Amber Creger, Kids' World Manager, Arlington Heights (IL) Memorial Library
Working with tweens and teens can be both exhilarating and exhausting. Recharge your batteries by joining us for a morning filled with innovative programming ideas that will engage your customers and make your library a destination for exploration and creation.
Adults Play Too with Erinn Batykefer & Laura Damon Moore of the Library as Incubator Project
Creative programming in the library is a children's department mainstay, but it's important to remember that adult patrons have the same need for creative engagement and play. Erinn Batykefer and Laura Damon-Moore of the Library as Incubator Project will present some of the exciting approaches to creative adult programming that have been featured on the Library as Incubator Project website and introduce the Book to Art Club, which takes the tried-and-true book club and adds an element of hands-on exploration that will prime your adult patrons to see the library as a creative space for all ages.