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Climate Preparedness Week : Host Your Own Program

Massachusetts Libraries Partner with Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW)

Virtual Program Ideas

Communities Responding to Extreme Weather invites your library to host a virtual program or socially distanced program for Climate Prep Week. 

To participate, please sign up now to have your library added to the Climate Prep Week map!  

Climate Prep Week Program Ideas

 

For Virtual Programs:

  • Book discussion 
  • Digital exhibit
  • Emergency preparedness workshop 
  • Film screening / discussion
  • Lecture  or panel discussion with guest speaker(s)
  • Mindfulness practice
  • Makerspace lesson using household items
  • Musical performance
  • Storytelling circle
  • Storytime for families 

For Social Distance Programs:

For more ideas:

Theme

The Weather is Changing:  Are You Prepared?

This program is a partnership of Communities Responding to Extreme Weather, the Massachusetts Library System, and the Blue Marble Librarians.

Gabrielle Griffis, Assistant Youth Services Librarian at the Brewster Ladies' Library, developed the social media toolkit and the book lists for this project.

CREW Communities Responding to Extreme Weather