With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and the upcoming Star Wars Holidays, I’ve pulled together three of my favorite jar crafts and put Star Wars variations on them for library programs.
We’ve hit spring and summer, so today I’m taking a look at ways to integrate Star Wars in new ways throughout the fall and winter months. August sees the biggest shift in programming dynamics within public and school libraries- public libraries see their tweens and teens starting back up with school activities long before […]
Yesterday I shared ideas to incorporate Star Wars into programming from January through May in ways that you may not have though of- definitely more than May 4th and 5th (May the 4th Be With You and Revenge of the 5th respectively). Today I want to focus on the summer months: June, July and August. For […]
Star Wars is all that my range of geekdom wants to talk about- what happens next, did you see that, did you catch that reference, why are they waiting until 2017 for the next one, etc., etc., etc. Needless to say, my tweens and teens are geeking out as well- since Star Wars is such a […]
With Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming December 19th (right in time for everyone’s winter breaks, yea Disney) and the full length trailer released last week, my teens have talked about NO-THING since, and probably won’t. At least until Mockingjay Part 2 breaks through their consciousness, and then it’ll be back to Star Wars. Star Wars Reads Day and […]
This year more than ever, think about celebrating the two big days in Star Wars/library land- Star Wars Reads Day (traditionally in October) and May 4th, which for years has been known Star Wars Day, with May 5th fast becoming becoming more and more known for Revenge of the Fifth, with those leaning more to the […]