80 is the New 30! Learn How Public Libraries are Delivering Proven, Inspiring and Transformative Arts Programs for Today's Older Adults

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Friday, June 28, 2013 - 10:00am to 3:00pm
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Presenters: 
Moderator: Mary Davis Fournier, Program Director, ALA Public Programs Office
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Today's older adults are ready to be engaged, social, and creative, and libraries are ideal venues for Creative Aging programming. Join us and learn best practices and delivery methods for this successful, affordable program model for partnerships between urban, rural and suburban libraries and professional teaching artists, developed by Lifetime Arts, Inc. Partnering library systems include: Boston, Brooklyn, Dallas, Miami-Dade, and New York Public and Clinton Essex Franklin and Westchester Library Systems. Workshop includes lunch.

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Cost: 
ALA Member Early Bird & Advance: $175; Retired and Student Members, Early Bird & Advance: $160; Non-member Early Bird & Advance: $200; ALA Regular, Student and Retired On-site: $200; Non-member On-site: $250
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Tuesday, May 7, 2013 - 1:18pm CDT
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