Part 2: Forming a Committee and Involving Teens
In the Part One of this series, I discussed why you should try big programming. Big programming isn’t so much a numbers game as it is an approach to program planning. However, with this approach, your programs will scale up over time. And bigger programs require more money, more planning, and more support.
Last weekend, our Teen Planning Committee and I ran a Library Comic-Con that attracted 100 people. This was a â€œbigâ€ program, in both planning and in numbers. We’re still learning from each experience, but I’ll walk you through our basic recipe for success. Continue reading