This program was held on February 28, 2013 at the Wintergreen Resort in Wisconsin Dells.
What do radical craft programs, political forums, animation classes after-hours parties, job fairs, home design workshops, spoken word festivals and car repair seminars have in common? They are all examples of programs held at public libraries! Community members are flocking to libraries for opportunities to connect, create and cultivate new skills & ideas at their public libraries. Join us for a day spent discussing new and innovative library programs for teens, 20-somethings and beyond. Whether you are looking for planning tips for traditional programs or inspiration for radical new programs, this workshop will introduce ways to plan, promote, conduct and evaluate meaningful public programs for your library.
- Elsworth Rockefeller, Adult & Teen Services Manager, Oak Park Public Library, IL
- Jesse Vieau, Youth Services Librarian, Madison Public Library
- Trent Miller, Library Assistant, Madison Public Library
- Programing for Teens in Public Libraries - Elsworth
- Teen Summer Reading Programs - Elsworth
- 20s and 30s in the Library - Elsworth
- Please contact Jean Anderson for Elsworth's slides
- Hacker Space Programming - Jesse and Trent's Bubbler video