Programming Ideas for Elementary Aged Children

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We all need inspiration as we gear up for summer reading program planning. Here"s your chance to get renewed and refreshed!


Central Texas Library System (CTLS) and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) are teaming up to offer four webinars free of charge.

One will be focused on SRP logistics including online registration, manual overview, marketing, and virtual programming techniques, technology, and tips.

The other three webinars will be focused on programming ideas for different age groups (preschool, elementary and teens). The webinars will each be one hour long followed by a 45 minute youth share centered on that specific age group. Ideas can be adapted for both in-person and virtual formats.

All webinars will be free of charge, recorded, and archived.

March 10, 2021

Elementary Aged Children: Programming Ideas

This webinar will focus on providing program ideas for elementary aged children that can be adapted for both in-person and virtual formats based on best practices from the Victoria Public Library. It will also offer tips and tricks to help engage your community in virtual programming at your library.

Presenter - Katie Talhelm is the Program Services Manager at the Victoria Public Library and oversees all programming for children and teens. She has been in her role for over two years and recently graduated from Texas Woman’s University with her Masters in Library Science, focusing on youth services and public libraries. Katie is eager to make her mark on the library field and find new and inventive ways to engage the youth of her community. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, and spending time with her husband and two cats, Ripley and Chelsea.

March 10th, 2021 2:00 PM through  3:45 PM
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United States
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Central Texas Library System, Inc.