Free Library Continuing Education Events for March

Listed below are FREE programs Accessible Technology Coalition, ALA TechSource, ALCTS, American Libraries, American Libraries Live, American Management Association, Booklist, Colorado State Library, Georgia Library Association, GrantSpace, Infopeople, Insync Training, Libraries Thriving, Library Journal, Lyrasis, Montana State Library, Nebraska Library Commission, Nonprofit Webinars, O’Reilly, San Jose State University, School Library Journal, TechSoup, TILT, University of Wisconsin-Madison, VolunteerMatch, Washington State Library, and WebJunction will be webcasting during March.

In the event that you aren’t available during those times, or you would like to check out past webinars, here are the links to archived events:

OPAL Webinar Archives
Infopeople
Common Knowledge
School Library Journal
Booklist
Tech Soup
Library Journal
eSchool News Webinars
WebJunction
SirsiDynix Institute Webinars
TL Virtual Cafe
Washington State Library First Tuesdays
NonProfit Webinars
Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Colorado State Library: CSL in Session
Lunch Lessons with CLiC (Colorado Library Consortium)
ALA Tech Source Makerspace Webinars

 

March 1 (1-2 pm)
Introducing the Book as iPad App
(ALA TechSource)

Nicole Hennig will return this Friday, March 1, 1:00 p.m. Eastern, for a fresh look at how publishers are using the iPad platform to create a new kind of book. Not the straight text, you’ll read in a Kindle app, these books mix elements of film, videogames, and social media to create a new immersive experience for readers.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/XboS7L

March 5 (10-11 am OR 1-2 pm)
Free Online Technologies for Teaching and Learning
(Libraries Thriving)

Speakers: Joan Petit, Portland State University; Karen Sobel, University of Colorado, Denver

For more information and to register for the 10-11 am program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/134527856
For more information and to register for the 1-2 pm program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/747243728

March 5 (11 am-12 pm)
Internet Safety for Teens in your Library
(Montana State Library)

Join FBI Special Agent, Kevin Damuth, for this informative webinar on keep our kids safe while on the Internet.  His presentation will cover sexting, cyberbullying, and Internet safety.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/740671705

March 5 (12-1 pm)
Library as Instructional Leader
(Washington State Library)

From 2009 to 2012, library and discipline faculty from Washington State Community and Technical Colleges (CTC) participated in a project involving over 40 faculty and about 2,000 students to document the impacts of library instruction on basic skills students. This presentation will cover how the project was implemented and what findings were produced.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://www.sos.wa.gov/library/libraries/firsttuesdays/

March 5 (2-3 pm)
Promoting Literacy with 21st Century Tools
(Booklist)

In today’s interactive environment, students are developing their literacy skills across multiple learning platforms, from databases to e-books and i-books. School librarian Marsha Lambert will address the new ways that students use these materials and what they expect from their library interaction, while representatives from Rosen and Scholastic showcase their digital literacy tools. Moderated by Reference and Collection Management editor Rebecca Vnuk.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/WifLn3

March 5 (3-4 pm)
Leading the Way: Christian Fiction Spring Buzz
(Library Journal)

Do you have a growing demand for Christian Fiction novels on your shelves? Christian Fiction is more than daily devotionals, filled with plenty of crossover appeal: Romance, Mystery, Fantasy, Legal Thriller. While the core values of biblical teaching are still present, this genre has plenty of appeal for anyone who loves books. Want to learn how to promote Christian Fiction in your library, or use it for Reader Advisory? Check out this webcast to learn about Spring’s forthcoming titles for one of the fastest growing genres!

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/XD3MyE

March 6 (11-10 am)
Digital Preservation, Part 3: Management and Providing Access
(Nebraska Library Commission)

Managing your digital content is an active and ongoing process. Learn how planning and policies are keys to digital preservation. With your digital content safely stored and preserved, how you do you provide access to your patrons? This final module will address the issues of delivering your content in user-friendly, long-term ways.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://nlc.nebraska.gov/scripts/calendar/eventreg.asp?ProgID=11948

March 6 (1-2 pm)
Bold Intentions for Leadership Effectiveness
(NonProfit Webinars)

Leadership effectiveness is often cited as of critical importance to nonprofits. You add it to your goals but then get side-tracked by more immediate priorities that make leadership development seem such a luxury. This webinar speaks to anyone, at any level, who wants to take responsibility–starting right now–for enhancing their own effectiveness at leading.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/120243792

March 6 (3-4 pm)
Keys to Managing the Major Gifts Process: It’s All in the Execution
(NonProfit Webinars)

Major gifts–whether $1,000 or $100,000 or anything in between–still produce the lion’s share of a nonprofits philanthropic revenue. The key to a successful program to identify, inform, interest and involve major gift donors, is more than simply asking–as important as the solicitation is. This webinar will focus on the development of a disciplined approach to achieving consistently good results and exceeding your goal.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/726557616

March 7 (1-2 pm)
Being Productive with Windows 8
(O’Reilly)

Whether you’re using Windows 8 for work, or just to get things done at home you need to be able to be truly productive with it. In this webcast Mike Halsey, the author of “Windows 8: Out of the Box” and “Troubleshoot and Optimize Windows 8 Inside Out” will show you how you can maximize your productivity with this new OS using some very useful and sometimes even hidden features.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/Z04RyN

March 7 (7:30-8:30 pm)
Maximizing Meeting Effectiveness
(Montana State Library)

We spend a lot of time in meetings so let’s talk about tools, tips, and techniques for having better meetings.  We’ll discuss the roles of the chair and attendees in maximizing meeting effectiveness, and because we are a part of government agencies we’ll also talk about the open meeting law and public participation.  Presented by MSL lead library consultant, Tracy Cook.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://student.gototraining.com/r/3054612975068071936

March 8 (12:30-2 pm)
Introduction to the Semantic Web: BIBFRAME, RDA, FRBR & Linked Data
(Lyrasis)

In this one and one half hour 2nd Friday Series session, Robin Fay, Head of Database Maintenance at the University of Georgia and co-author of the book Semantic Web Technologies and Social Searching for Librarians, will introduce the concept of the semantic web, a movement founded by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in an effort to offer a common framework for shared data. She will review principles of linked data, RDA, FRBR, & BIBFRAME, including an overview of basics concepts and terminology.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://www.lyrasis.org/?sc_itemid={89300E02-C1A9-4D87-AD29-F5C1FB729B22}&RowId=1-O8L32

March 12 (3-4 pm)
Ebooks and Libraries: Legal Issues for Library Administration and Staff
(InfoPeople)

Ebooks present both opportunity and challenge as the dominant delivery is via electronic license, governed by contract law rather than by copyright law.  At the end of this one-hour webinar, participants will: Understand the difference between eBook content licenses and ownership, Be brought up to date on the latest legal issues, including the settlement agreement between the National Federation of the Blind and the Sacramento Public Library Authority, and Learn how the Califa Library Group (http://www.califa.org/) has fared in buying (not just licensing) eBook content for use by its customers.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://infopeople.org/ebooks_and_libraries

March 12 (2-3 pm)
New Graphic Novels for Libraries and Classrooms
(Booklist)

The popularity of graphic novels among readers of all ages continues to soar. Tune in for a preview of hot spring titles and industry insights from both graphic novel publishers and creators in this free, hour-long webinar moderated by Booklist Books for Youth editorial director Gillian Engberg and featuring a panel of representatives from Kids Can Press, ABDO Publishing, DC Entertainment, and Viz Media.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/ZBl6Dn

March 12 (3-4 pm)
What’s the Buzz? Nonfiction Books for Common Core
(School Library Journal)

What are the best nonfiction Common Core books to stock with your shelves with? DK Publishing, Teacher Created Materials, Lerner Publishing and ReferencePoint Press are here to help fill your library’s nonfiction section by presenting their upcoming titles that fit perfectly into the new standards. This is a must-see resource for Common Core, featuring forthcoming books, nonfiction trends, and answers to your questions!

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/YYlKc2

March 13 (12-1 pm)
Lunch and Learn: NEH Preservation Assistance Grants
(Lyrasis)

Are you considering applying for a Preservation Assistance Grant? Join us for a lunch and learn discussion to talk about your project ideas, as well as to get advice on crafting your narrative and goals. We will also be talking about what is eligible for potential digital preservation projects – now included in the Preservation Assistance Grant as an option.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://www.lyrasis.org/?sc_itemid={C61BFFF6-F755-4D0F-89E7-FE0200D06AE7}&RowId=1-O8QH3

March 13 (12-1 pm)
Tipping Sacred Cows: Kicking Bad Work Habits That Masquerade as Virtues
(American  Management Association)

Instead of zealous pursuit of seemingly virtuous traits, leaders must appreciate the unintended consequences of their good intentions. You will improve your ability to see when your own values and virtues, and the values and virtues of the people you lead, backfire. This webcast covers:

Developing practical strategies to know when and how you help your organization most by going it alone, instead of collaborating with others, Learning how the instinctual drive for fairness leads to spite and sameness, and develop habits to overcome this naturally destructive tendency, and Expanding your notion of excellence to understand when high standards help, and when they hurt by leading to paralyzing perfectionism in yourself and others.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://www.amanet.org/training/webcasts/Tipping-Sacred-Cows-Kicking-Bad-Work-Habits-That-Masquerade-as-Virtues.aspx

March 13 (1-2 pm)
Everything You Need to Know About Focus Groups
(NonProfit Webinars)

What is the difference in conducting focus group research or survey research? Participants in this session will learn how to choose between qualitative research such as focus groups, and quantitative research such as surveys. We will then create a list of the necessary research and administrative tasks for a focus group, and learn some tricks of focus group facilitation.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/779183432

March 13 (2-3 pm)
Worth a Thousand Words: Library Snapshot Day
(WebJunction)

By capturing photos of all that happens in a single day at your library, you can tell a powerful story about the importance of your library to the community. Libraries of all types and sizes have used Library Snapshot Day build community awareness and to demonstrate the impact and reach of library services. Panelists from Ohio Snapshot Day will share their templates and tips for successful planning and implementation, and will explore other ways images can be used to tell your library’s story. Learn how you can take a vivid snapshot of your library, whether it’s on your own, with others in your state or region, or in conjunction with National Library Week in April.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/15R3yaN

March 13 (1:30-2:30 pm)
Playing Nice in the Sandbox of Life: Working on a Team
(Colorado State Library)

When your supervisor assigns you to a team to implement a new project, does your heart begin to pound? Do you feel a sense of dread wash over you? If so, this session is for you! Learn how to be a better team player in your library, on a committee, in sports, or as a family! Face your insecurities, eliminate unhealthy competitiveness, improve your communication skills, and overcome your fear of change.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://cslinsession.cvlsites.org/

March 13 (3-4 pm)
7 Ways Planning Improves Social Impact and Sustainability
(NonProfit Webinars)

The planning process is an essential tool for guiding organizational performance, identifying the resources you’ll need and keeping you on track. It addresses funders most basic questions: Whom do you serve? How do you serve them? What resources do you need? How will you reliably raise financial and in-kind resources? How will you measure performance and incorporate feedback for continuous improvement? In this session you will learn how this tool lays the foundation for successful fundraising efforts.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/516665984

March 14 (1-2 pm)
Responsive Web Design Bootcamp
(O’Reilly)

In this hands-on webcast presented by Jonathan Stark, author of ‘Building Android Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript’ and ‘Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript’, you’ll learn why it is no longer safe to assume that visitors to your website are sitting in front of large monitors equipped with a keyboard and mouse. As smartphones overtake the desktop as the primary portal to the Web – and as new device types and interaction models continue to emerge – designers need to adopt future-friendly strategies that support a full range of user contexts with a single codebase.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/XD8pJ6

March 14 (1-2 pm)
Trends in Cataloging and Resource Description
(University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Resource Description and Access (RDA), the new content standard for library cataloging, the replacement for Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, was released in 2010, but RDA has not been fully implemented by the Library Congress, and is only very slowly being adopted in other US libraries. Meanwhile, in May 2011, the Library of Congress announced its Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME), in part to find a replacement for the MARC format – although BIBFRAME is much more than simply a new format – it is a new foundation for bibliographic description, designed for our networked, digital age. This webinar will take a look at what is happening in resource description, building on the BIBFRAME report, “Bibliographic Framework as a Web of Data: Linked Data Model and Supporting Services”, released by Library of Congress and Zepheira, in November 2012.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://www.slis.wisc.edu/springwebinars.htm

March 14 (2-3 pm)
Library Safety and Security
(American Libraries)

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://americanlibrarieslive.org/

March 14 (2-3 pm)
Making Volunteer Engagement Everyone’s Job
(VolunteerMatch)

Too often the role of engaging volunteers falls exclusively to the volunteer program manager. It’s not uncommon to hear the phrase “your volunteers” used within organizations. How do you make volunteer engagement everyone’s job? This webinar will provide you with the tools to become an advocate for volunteer engagement. Learn how to create a step by step communication plan to reinforce the importance of volunteer engagement to key stakeholders within your organization.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/844760744

March 14 (2-3 pm)
Pathways to Engaged Readers: Helping Students Reach Common Core Levels
(School Library Journal)

Join Mary Ehrenworth, the Deputy Director at the Reading and Writing Project at Teachers College, Columbia University, and co-author of Pathways to the Common Core, as she explores creating a school culture of reading, the challenges and methods for getting just-right books into kids’ hands, increasing nonfiction engagement, and building structures for clubs and parent involvement through the central core of a school’s reading life— the library.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/WjlbP4

March 14 (3-4 pm)
Mobile Website Design for Libraries
(InfoPeople)

This webinar will help you learn how to easily and effectively make your library’s website accessible and useful to mobile users. Chad Mairn will describe and demonstrate various tools, tips, and techniques for creating mobile websites, making them interactive and engaging, and integrating them with other resources, services, and systems available through your library.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://infopeople.org/training/mobile-website-design

March 15 (2-3 pm)
There’s an App for That 3.0
(TILT)

We’re back! In this session will be showing some of the best apps for education across multiple types of devices. It doesn’t matter if you use an iPad, Android device, or even Google Chrome, more often than not, there is in fact an “app for that”. We will provide examples of fun assignments to conduct using apps, and also show some of the best ways to share an iPad screen or Android screen in your classroom. (Hint: It’s not using a Document Camera!)

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://tltgroup.roundtablelive.org/events?eventId=610557&EventViewMode=EventRegistration

March 15 (2-3 pm)
Youth Announcements: Spring 2013
(Booklist)

Join us for this free, hour-long webinar spotlighting new youth spring titles! Representatives from Owlkids, Groundwood Books, Sleeping Bear Press, Zondervan, and Holiday House will showcase their picture books and middle-grade novels for sharing aloud or for independent reading, as well as exciting new titles for young adults. Moderated by Booklist’s Books for Youth editorial director Gillian Engberg.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/YAmrJQ

March 19 (2-3 pm)
Elearning on a shoestring
(Insync Training)

Sure, E-learning solutions can provide enormous savings, but start-up and design costs can be prohibitive. Join Jane Bozarth, author of E-learning Solutions on a Shoestring, to explore examples of inexpensive – even free! – e-learning solutions. Learn to:  Make the “buy vs. build” decision, Identify inexpensive means of adding interactivity and visual interest, Make better use of tools and resources, including those you already have., Break down examples of online training programs into essential parts and identify ways of cutting costs to produce similar products, and Identify inexpensive means of adding interactivity and visual interest.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://insync.webex.com/tc0506l/trainingcenter/register/registerSession.do?siteurl=insync&confID=1145169555

March 19 (2-3 pm)
Have No Fear, Poetry is Here!
(Booklist)

Booklist teams up with the Poetry Foundation––publisher of Poetry magazine and an independent literary organization committed to a vigorous presence for poetry in our culture––to provide resources, ideas, and support for making the most of your library poetry collection. Please join Catherine Halley, the Poetry Foundation’s Director of Digital Programs, and the foundation’s library director, Katherine Litwin, for an insightful discussion of how audiences of all ages can enjoy poetry through programs, workshops, displays, and more. Moderated by Booklist senior editor Donna Seaman.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/YAdVrX

March 19 (1-2 pm)
Proposal Writing Basics
(Grantspace)

For those new to proposal writing, this class will cover: How the proposal fits into the overall grantseeking process, What to include in a standard proposal to a foundation, Tips for making each section of your proposal stronger, What funders expect to see in your proposal and attachments, Tips for communicating with funders during the grant process, and Additional resources on proposal writing, including sample proposals.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://grantspace.org/Classroom/Training-Calendar/Live-Webinars/Proposal-Writing-Basics-2013-03-19-Webinar

March 19 (2-3 pm)
Signature Events for Small Libraries
(WebJunction)

From “chocolate in the stacks” tastings to 5K runs to off-site literary dinner parties, small libraries are getting creative in offering signature events that raise funds and create friends. This webinar will be a “show and tell” of library fundraisers, with quick tips on how to get started in your community.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/YAhhLI

March 19 (3-4 pm)
Hot Summer Titles from HarperCollins, Macmillan, and Random House
(Library Journal)

It’s almost spring, so why not find out what titles will be in demand this summer? And why not hear the news straight from the publisher’s mouth? On Tuesday, March 19, Library Journal brings you its first Editors’ Picks webcast, modeled on the popular Editors’ Picks panel at Day of Dialog. Editors from sponsoring publishers HarperCollins, Macmillan, and Random will speak in-depth about their favorite books, which will be cramming your holds lists soon.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/YYfNvA

March 20 (1-22 pm)
Strategic Planning Part 1: Cultivation & Organizational Development
(NonProfit Webinars)

Strategic planning should be a means not only to produce a strategy, but also to engage and cultivate stakeholders, develop leadership, and generate new energy, commitment and consensus around mission. Its primary product is not a written plan, but strategic thinking within the organization, which is achieved through a process of planning followed by a process of implementation. A well-conceived and managed planning process can be the most effective form of organizational development.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/655967433

March 20 (2-3 pm)
Hosting a Personal Digital Archiving Day Event
(ALCTS)

This webinar discusses how to host an innovative public program on preserving personal digital information. In an effort to share knowledge on how best to care for personal digital information, The Library of Congress’ National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program developed The Personal Digital Archiving Day Kit. The toolkit provides resources for staff at libraries, archives and other cultural institutions to help them plan and present a personal digital archiving day program.  This webinar focuses on the resources included in the kit, how the kit can be used to plan a public program, and why holding a personal digital archiving program is beneficial for both public libraries and their communities.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/402948584

March 20 (2-3 pm)
Student Advisors, Library Advocates: Getting Students Involved at Your Library (
Georgia Library Association)

What is a library student advisory board and why does your library need one? Deuink and Seiler will share their vision for library student advisory boards–one that empowers the student voice and builds students into library advocates–and talk about the work of their clubs and the clubs’ impact on the library and the campus. Seiler has been the advisor for a long-standing group at the Penn State Schuylkill campus for nine years and Deuink, formerly partnered with Seiler at Schuylkill, is now starting a library student advisory board at the Penn State Altoona campus. While Deuink can address the challenges of getting started afresh, Seiler can encourage persistence and address weathering inevitable changes over the years.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1peRYH8R6L6djLYqUuFYGoXAfa_GzMDOUYgke6SD-P9Y/viewform?pli=1

March 20 (3-4 pm)
How to Fail at Social Media (and How to Get it Right)
(InfoPeople)

See the website for updated program information.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://infopeople.org/how_to_fail

March 20 (3-4 pm)
Taking Leadership Online: Developing Your Personal Social Media Voice
(NonProfit Webinars)

How should you navigate the personal and professional boundaries in the world of social media, and what does that mean for your leadership? How does the social media buzzword “transparency,” translate into “leadership?” In this webinar, we will consider how nonprofit executive directors and other staff use social media personally to further the mission of their organization and translate their leadership online.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/842316321

March 21 (2-3 pm)
Accessibility Testing in Enterprises Big and Small
(Accessible Technology Coalition)

Businesses large and small want to make their websites accessible to all, but some have more resources than others. Today we will talk about testing and review tools that are available to everyone – from automated tools for the large enterprise with thousands of pages to free tools for small non-profits.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://atcoalition.org/training/accessibility-testing-enterprises-big-and-small

March 21 (3-4 pm)
Spring Fling: Teen Book Buzz
(School Library Journal)

From living Japanese ink drawings to the return of the nun assassins, these forthcoming spring releases are sure to appeal to every teen on your reading list. Get ahead of the curve and find out the latest and greatest hot reads for spring during SLJ’s Teen Book Buzz! Join Harlequin Teens, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, and Egmont as they present the books that will have every teen chatting at their lockers. You do not want to miss this exciting webcast!

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://bit.ly/XD7kB3

March 26 (1:30-2:30 pm)
Healthy Computing
(Accessible Technology Coalition)

Computers have evolved from  the salvation for people with disabilities to the cause of many disabling conditions. Our current computer-laden work and school environments have the potential to significantly damage our bodies. It is critical that we establish new “rules of engagement” with computers. This Healthy Computing webinar will explore the reasons and tools for taking regular breaks from the computer. This webinar is for people who work extensively on computers, or who work with clients/students who do.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://atcoalition.org/training/healthy-computing

March 26 (1-2 pm)
Tech on the Spec(trum): Making libraries more accessible for children with special needs
(TechSoup)

Like any worthwhile initiative, reaching a target audience takes time and money. Is there an affordable way to make your library more technologically accessible for children with autism and other developmental differences? Join this session to learn about the successful “Come On In” program at Skokie (IL) Public Library. Hear about free and inexpensive tools. Think about ways to partner with other organizations to meet patron and staff needs.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://cc.readytalk.com/cc/s/registrations/new?cid=d15wpkf6nc4m

March 26 (2-3 pm)
Thank Goodness It’s Monday TGIM: Enjoy your job, enjoy your life
(Insync Training)

So often we focus on the negatives and tasks we don’t enjoy. This workshop helps participants identify the things about work they enjoy and find satisfying, look at ways of creating more of those items, and develop skill in recognizing and appreciating small accomplishments and savoring small successes.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: https://insync.webex.com/tc0506l/trainingcenter/register/registerSession.do?siteurl=insync&confID=1145169673

March 27 (10-11 am)
Get ready to celebrate El día de los niños/El día de los libros
(Nebraska Library Commission)

El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children’s Day/Book Day), is a celebration every day of children, families, and reading that culminates yearly on April 30. The celebration emphasizes the importance of literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. In this NCompass Live session, members of the Nebraska Library Association Diversity Committee will share resources and ideas you can implement into your celebration of Día.

For more information and to register for this program, visit: http://nlc.nebraska.gov/scripts/calendar/eventreg.asp?ProgID=12008

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