Winners and Finalists announced for the NCLA Intellectual Freedom Committee’s “Freedom to Read” Essay/Art Contest

Please see the list at the NCLA Intellectual Freedom Committee’s page here for the winners and finalists of 2018’s contest theme, “What Important Life Lesson did You Learn from a Favorite Book, Story, or Movie? …or Create an Original Work of Art Related to Your Choice Above…” Age Group Winners will receive Gift Cards. Finalists will […]

NCLA PR/Programming Division presents: Avoid Programming Burnout

Being a programming librarian is a tough job! When you try to balance planning, marketing, and executing your programs with your other job responsibilities, it can be easy to lose your enthusiasm. We all want to create dynamic, innovative, and useful programming for our patrons, but programming burnout is real. In this webinar presentation, Katie […]

NCLA Outreach Committee presents: Help for the Homeless: a workshop

Presented by Maria Fernanda Pardo, Co-Chair NCLA Outreach Committee We have learned a lot about resources for Homeless and gone back to our libraries with lots of information; now is the time to make that information useful and available. The purpose of this workshop is to create a template full with pertinent information to help […]

NCLA Retiree Committee Announces: High Tea at the Hidden Oak Cafe

Our annual Victorian tea will be held in July. All allergies must be specified in advance. Coffee or soft drink may take the place of tea. Tuesday, July 10 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm at the Main House, Bayard Cutting Arboretum 440 Montauk Hwy, Great River Please RSVP by July 2 as space is limited! Fee: […]