Date(s) - 01/13/2015
10:30 am - 11:30 am
Want to learn how to better engage kids and Y/A’s from ages 6 to 18? And find ways to capture their attention and help them discover the escape the library has to offer?
In this informative and interactive webinar program you’ll learn about CAPTURE, a program developed by the Beaver Public Library in Utah for kids in first through sixth grades, and the success they had in designing and offering programs and activities that fit for kids that have outgrown story times.
We’ll also discuss ESCAPE, another successful program for the library’s 12-15 year olds, where kids are encouraged to use the library to ESCAPE from the pressures and issues of everyday life. Teen programming will be the highlight including tips for starting new programs and a Teen Advisory Board emphasizing that the library has something for everyone even in a small, rural community.
Can’t attend the live event? Register over here for access to the recording, made available within 7 days of the live webinar.
Angela Edwards ~ Biography
Since 2005, Angela Edwards has been the Library Director at the Beaver City Library in the small South Central Utah town of Beaver, Utah. Her passion for children, reading and books led her to create the very successful programs CAPTURE and ESCAPE and most recently a Teen Advisory Board. Angela was born and raised and continues to thrive in Beaver, Utah with her husband, two children and the many children and teens that visit her library.
Registration is closed for this event.