ALA Excellence in Library Programming Award

About the ALA Excellence in Library Programming Award The ALA Excellence in Library Programming Award recognizes a library that demonstrates excellence in library programming by creating a cultural/thematic program type or program series, presented during the preceding year (September 1 - August 31), that engages the community in planning, sponsorship and/or active participation, addresses an identified community need, and has a measurable impact.

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NameTitleYear
Kansas City Public LibraryKansas City Public Library2014 - Winner
Carbondale (Ill.) Public LibraryCarbondale (Ill.) Public Library2013 - Winner
Waukegan (IL) Public LibraryWaukegan (IL) Public Library2012 - Winner
Burnsville Public Library Burnsville Public Library2011 - Winner
Queens Library HealthLink and Cancer Action Councils2010 - Recipient
Bringing Books to Life Nashville, TN Bringing Books to Life2009 - Winner
Literature in the Justice System2008 - Winner
It's Not a Crime to Read2007 - Winner
GIANTS: African Dinosaurs2006 - Winner
Stories of Faith2005 - Winner
Read to me Daddy2004 - Winner
The Dragonfly Project2003 - Winner
Libros y Mas (Books and More)2002 - Winner
three-year plan for adult programming2001 - Winner
Postcards From The Future2000 - Winner