Hudson Storm Damage Update
Hudson is open for curbside, and they’re looking for alternate venues for their upcoming programs. They’re doing an excellent job of communicating with their users on their website and on Facebook, so look there for details and updates.
From Maureen: Hudson is ready to restart getting courier today: Friday, Sept. 24. You can begin to put those items in transit for Hudson into courier again. Contact Maureen with any questions.
Showcase Your StoryWalk®!
I know that many of you had wonderful StoryWalks® this year! Here’s a chance to share yours:
Join the Association of Bookmobile and Outreach Services and Let’s Move in Libraries for a week-long event celebrating the inspiring work of libraries who spearhead StoryWalk® programs – promoting literacy, reading, health, exercise, and movement in communities and neighborhoods across the United States and the world.
Submissions are open now and run through November 8, 2021. We invite submissions of all StoryWalk® programs and variations, including Story Strolls, Story Trails, PoetryWalks: Whatever you call it – if it involves reading materials posted along paths – we want to feature it!
To submit your information: forms.gle/QytE7g4E1UfWPodH6
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.
All the details are on the IFLS calendar. Did you know you can search the calendar?
- Sep 27: Leah added a directors check-in to connect, kvetch, and discuss what your library is doing in the face of rising numbers of COVID. Check your email for the Zoom link.
- Sep 29: Human Resources Roundtable webinar
- Sep 30: Actively Anti-Racist Library Services to Leisure Readers
- Oct 1: MORE Executive Committee meeting
- Oct 6: Marketing Mini-grant Application Deadline
Submit items for the Weekly Digest to Reb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Autumn Equinox! (from Nathan Pyle, one of my favorites. Check him out!)