The baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 have reached that magic age of 64! How will this generation re-define what growing older means? How can libraries begin to attract these “seniors” now and plan for the future to provide lifelong learning, civic engagement, and a nurturing library environment? How have libraries from Connecticut to California begun to ride this “age wave” and get baby boomers back in the Library? What can we all learn from this new movement in library services and apply to our own Libraries?
This webinar is the second in a three-part series presented by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission about serving older adults in the library.
The Texas State Library is hosting this webinar and has invited people from anywhere in the country to join in. It is free, so take a look. Note that the time is CENTRAL and adjust for your location.