Readers of this blog may recall my posts last year raving about Westbank Community Library’s Free Play programming (part 1 and part 2). That’s just one example of the many innovative and inclusive programs this central Texas library is providing their community. I’ve invited staff members from the library to present a webinar for us to share more info about the great work they’re doing.
Join us on Thursday, September 12, 10 to 11 am (Central) – details below!
Innovative and Inclusive Public Library Programs
In central Texas, Westbank Community Libraries embrace their community, which includes neurodiverse individuals, busy families, and patrons of all ages. The libraries have identified unmet needs within their community and have developed programming that promotes learning, sharing, and discovery. Such programs have flexible hours and encourage intergenerational experiences and sensory exploration. Come join the webinar and hear staff members from the libraries present all about their innovative and inclusive programs.
Presented by Cristen Darcus (Community Librarian), Gloria Perretti (Public Services & PR Librarian), Leah Tatgenhorst (Programs Manager), and Maureen Turner Carey (Public Services & PR Librarian).
When: Thursday, September 12, 2019; 10 AM to 11 AM (Central)
CE Credit: 1 Hour
Hope to see you there!