Quality Adult Programming at Your Library

Starts January 14th, 2019

Enroll today through the first week of class.

 Learn how to make your programs relevant and fun for adult  participants of all ages.

If you don't have a regular group of adult learners and participating seniors attending programs at your library, you are leaving out an important group.

Make it relevant and interesting and they will come.

Finance, Socializing, Art, Real Estate, Home or Business Decorating, Business, Careers, Politics, and Networking are just a few of the topics patrons are interested in from their young adult years and throughout their lives.

Find out what you can do to create quality Adult Programming in your library and discover what others have done in libraries across the country. You will create a program (on paper-that you can use in the future) with the help of your instructor and others in the class. Join the fun and leave with a portfolio of idea suggestions.

Find out what makes a successful program, how to collaborate with other organizations, take field trips, bring experts in, and get funding sources.

What Recent Past Participates Wrote

The most helpful information for me has been regarding community partnerships in library programming. The examples of both the potential community collaborations and the types of topics that these partners may provide has made me look at my own community with a new perspective.

I found the "thinking outside the box" ideas to be the most helpful information. For example, we currently have a group of knitters that meet at our library every Monday evening. I could ask them if they would like to display some of their projects in one of our display cases for a time. We might also work together to sell their projects as a library fundraiser, or even work with a local agency where they could donate knitted items. I am also intrigued by the idea of intergenerational programming. I can trying this with crafts, science experiments, and book clubs.

Online Format (Access at your convenience)
4 Week Workshop, 12 hours overall.(3 hours per week)  12 LEU approved (Indiana Librarians) All Welcome.

This is a  (12 LEU Approved ISL Indiana Librarians) created by Art Teacher on the Net, www.artmuseums.com

For more information Contact-Valerie Colston art259@hotmail.com

Sign Up Today.  This is a 4 week workshop only $99.00 (USD)  UK, Canadian, Australian and other currency accepted on the Pay Pal secure website.

You may purchase the class through pay pal below or if you prefer a Library invoice contact me at art259@hotmail.com or crafts@artmuseums.com 

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