Join us in person at the Onondaga Free Library for a webinar viewing party of the ALA’s webinar on adult programs! We’ll watch together while enjoying some light refreshments and then talk about our experience with adult programming directly after!
If you’re responsible for programming in your library, you know that it’s a year-round job. Celebrating annual seasons and events can give you inspiration for events that are popular and easy to promote. Plan your programs with confidence! In this workshop, library program guru Amy Alessio will give you three program ideas for each month that you can expand, adapt, and modify to fit your community’s needs. The presentation will include many low-cost ideas that require minimal staff time. You’ll also have the chance to engage in conversation and Q and A with Amy.
About the Presenter:
Amy Alessio enjoyed the input of teens for over nineteen years as an award-winning teen and readers’ advisory librarian at the Schaumburg Township District Library in Illinois. She is co-author of A Year of Programs for Millennials (ALA Editions 2015), Club Programs for Teens (ALA Editions 2015), and 50+ Fandom Programs: Planning Festivals and Events for Tweens, Teens, and Adults (ALA Editions 2017), in addition to other reference titles. Amy enjoys offering presentations about library services or vintage cooking, her passion, across the country. You can learn more about Amy on her website www.amyalessio.com.