Rethinking Programming (webinar)
Wednesday, Jan. 9; 1 pm
Presented by: Heidi O’Hare, Director
Tomahawk Public Library
.5 contact hours

Heidi O'Hare

O’Hare

Programming plays a large role in our libraries. It is a “material,” and personal justification in our budgets.  How do we justify the programming expenses, provide a variety of content, and increase the appeal to all age groups? This webinar will look at the elements that affect our communities and connect with the “Libraries = Strong Communities” theme for National Library Week 2019.  In the end, using programming, we will discover how we can partner, plan, and provide for our community.

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Heidi O’Hare is director of the Tomahawk Public Library.  She grew up in the Wausau area, and earned her Masters degree from University of California-Irvine, and also holds a BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.  Her research areas include couture fashion, historical clothing, and Leonardo da Vinci.  During the last ten years, O’Hare was a college professor in North Carolina.  Ultimately, the pull of family and community brought her back to the Northwoods. 

Questions?  Contact Jamie @ jmatczak@wvls.org or 920-455-0668.
This webinar is brought to you in partnership with the Southwest Wisconsin Library System.