OnDemand Webinar
Feel Good, Do Good: How Offering Physical Literacy Programs at your Library Can Change Your Community
Have you ever heard about physical literacy programs? Do you want to learn more about how you could implement this program in your library?

For more than a decade now, Jenn Carson, Director of the L.P. Fisher Public Library in Woodstock, NB Canada, has been encouraging library patrons and staff to get up, and move. She does this by offering different movement practices inside of the library. This is what she calls “physical literacy.” These movement-based programs include yoga, meditation, story time walks, circulating fitness equipment to patrons, and more. Join Carson as she discusses her decade-long journey implementing movement-based programs in libraries.

She will cover:

  • Her triumphs and challenges getting these programs off the ground
  • Share a few self-care tips when implementing these programs
  • How you can take these principles and create a new physical literacy program in your library

Register today and learn from 2019’s Mover and Shaker, Jenn Carson, about this exciting and unique programming experience!

About the Series
This webinar series is all about sharing stories of libraries and how they are making a difference in their communities.

Jenn Carson

Director of L.P. Fisher Public Library