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WMLA Spring Event: Programming in the Contemporary Library

Held on April 14, 2015 at the Lee Library in Lee MA.

Three amazing librarians shared their experiences programming in the modern library.

Our presenters:

esme  Esmé Green is currently the director of the Goodnow Library in Sudbury where she tries to spend as much time being awesome as possible. On the weekends, she can be found at the Shutesbury Farmer’s Market buying books from the Friends of the MN Spear Library.   View Presentation


 Clayton Cclaytonheever is currently the Assistant Director at the Thomas Crane Public Library in Quincy where planning programs for adults is one of his many responsibilities. In previously jobs he has planned programs for teens and served on numerous boards of non-profit activist organizations.                      View Presentation


bernadette  Bernadette Rivard is the Director of the Bellingham Public Library where she helps develop creative programs for everyone from babies to grown-ups.   View Presentation    PDF Handout




The panel of experienced librarians shared their experiences with creating dynamic programming and fielded a number of questions.   Thank you to all who attended this lively and informative event.