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Planning an Adult Program on a Budget: Creative Library Program Solutions Wednesday, May 15, 2013 An Infopeople Webinar Dana Vinke Principal Librarian of Operations Torrance Public Library. WHY PROGRAM?. Mission Statement Strategic Plan Library Policy

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    1. Planning an Adult Program on a Budget: Creative Library Program Solutions Wednesday, May 15, 2013 An Infopeople Webinar Dana Vinke Principal Librarian of Operations Torrance Public Library

    2. WHY PROGRAM?

    3. Mission Statement • Strategic Plan • Library Policy • Increase visibility of the library • Meet the needs of the community • Promote library materials, programs & services • Dispense information • Promote Life Long Learning • Professional reasons • Because we want to!

    4. CONSTRAINTS

    5. BUDGET

    6. WHERE DO YOUR FUNDS COME FROM?

    7. HIDDEN COSTS

    8. Projected Budget

    9. Actual Budget

    10. QUALITY PROGRAMS

    11. POLICY & PROCEDURES

    12. PROGRAM PROPOSAL

    13. Program Proposal • Program Information • Program Title • Program Description • Program Goals • Program Objectives • Program Resources (Facilities, equipment) • Strategies and action plans for reaching goals: • Schedule and timeline for implementation: • Target audience (Attendees, participation numbers) • Staff assignments • Budget (expense/Income) • Performance Measurement

    14. CALENDARS

    15. PROGRAM TYPES & COSTS

    16. WHERE DO PROGRAMS • COME FROM?

    17. THINK WIN-WIN!

    18. THREE TYPES OF AUTHORS

    19. Considerations • Would the library buy the book • Is the author a good speaker • Contract or agreement • Costs • Honorariums • Travel • Books for sale & in library

    20. SKYPE AND FACETIME

    21. LETTER OF INVITE

    22. DON’T GET DISCOURAGED!

    23. ART FILM MUSIC

    24. CULTURE HISTORY

    25. CRAFTS & HOBBIES

    26. SAFETY & EDUCATION

    27. LIBRARY BASED PROGRAMS

    28. PASSIVE PROGRAMMING

    29. NETWORKING http://ed.ted.com/lessons/networking-for-the-networking-averse-lisa-green-chau

    30. LOW COST RESOURCES

    31. SUCCESSFUL PARTNERSHIPS

    32. KEY TO SUCCESS

    33. PROMOTION & ADVERTISING

    34. Promotion and Advertising • Traditional methods • Social Media • Email Marketing • Community Networks

    35. Sample Press Release ART EXHIBITION What: Torrance Public Library presents ‘Full Circle,’ an exhibition of paintings by Ruby Wang that represent her ongoing artistic odyssey with a special emphasis on the land of her birth, China, as a source of inspiration for her creative expression. Where: Main floor of the Katy Geissert Civic Center Library, 3301 Torrance Blvd., Torrance When:  Saturday, March 19 through Saturday, April 14, 2007 Information:  There will be a grand finale reception on Saturday, April 14 at 2:00 p.m., in the Community Meeting Room of the Library.  The reception is free and open to the public.  Call (310) 618-5959 for more information.

    36. Flyers Mandatory • Title of Program (example: “The Carnegie Libraries of California”) • Library name & location (Katy Geissert Civic Center Library, 3301 Torrance Blvd.) • Date & Time (Saturday, February 23, 2008, 2:00 p.m.) • Room (Meeting Room, Study Room, Polly Watts) • Contact information (Phone Number, usually reference desk public line) • Website (www.library.torrnet.com) • Every flyer must have the words ”The Torrance Public Library presents” • Every flyer must have the words “City of Torrance Community Services Department” at the bottom. Font size is negotiable. • Every flyer must have the words “Sponsored by the Friends of the Library” if the program is receiving funds from the adult programming budget

    37. Flyers Optional • Free (all programs are free, but sometimes people ask and saying free saves time!) • Registration (Is registration required? What number can patrons call?) • Partners (Genealogy, Library Commission, etc) • Books available for purchase? (Will the speaker have books to sell and sign?) • Refreshments (example: light refreshments will be served) • Age appropriateness, for example “All ages are welcome”

    38. SOCIAL MEDIA

    39. EMAIL MARKETING

    40. WORD OF MOUTH