Upcoming Events

Women’s History Month

Visit Our Event Campaign Page   Women's History Month Every year, libraries have the opportunity to host Women’s History month events related to NASA’s scientific explorations of the universe. Using a suite of resources from NASA’s Universe of Learning, you can host your own Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA event to celebrate and highlight the contributions of women to astronomy. These events are intended to be open to all family members, regardless of gender, but focus on engaging girls in science using field-tested, hands-on activities. Also, events can be held in March or any time during the year. Some event components could [...]

Our Planet: EARTH

Visit Our Event Campaign Page   Take Action for a Sustainable World! In January 2019, the American Library Association (ALA) on behalf of its members adopted “sustainability” as a core value of librarianship. To be truly sustainable, a community must embody practices that are environmentally sound AND economically feasible AND socially equitable. Click here for the details on this resolution. STAR Net‘s Our Planet: EARTH campaign focuses on earth citizen science opportunities and resources to coincide with Earth Day, Citizen Science Month and the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. STAR Net and its partners are reaching out to libraries across the U.S. to encourage their patrons to participate in Earth-related Citizen Science activities that they can safely do, both in and [...]

2021 ALA Annual Conference

Visit Conference Website For More Information   2021 Annual Conference & Exhibition - Virtual An online event with educational programming, special author events, and networking. What You Can Expect: Educational programming Memorable and inspiring Featured Speakers COVID-19 information for libraries Live chats with authors Livestreamed presentations The Library Marketplace with more than 500 participating exhibitors Leading authors Networking opportunities LibrariesTransform® and a focus on the future

Int’l Observe the Moon Night

Visit Our Event Campaign Page   Encouraging Observation, Appreciation and Understanding International Observe the Moon Night is a worldwide, public celebration of lunar science and exploration held annually since 2010. On October 16, 2021, your library is invited to join this world-wide celebration by hosting an event on one day each year to look at and learn about our Moon together. International Observe the Moon Night is usually held in the fall, when the Moon is around first quarter. Fall in the Northern Hemisphere is generally a good time, because of school schedules and the weather, and a first quarter Moon is visible [...]

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