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Libraries Transform Texas Week Oct. 4-8
Mark your calendars and plan to celebrate the countless ways libraries transform Texas! During the week of October 4-8 all libraries are invited to share how they transform their communities through innovative spaces, programs, education, technology, events, and more. The pandemic shined a light on libraries as essential community hubs. Libraries are the center of […]Read More
September TLA Staff Spotlight: Christy Reynolds
In our new TLA Staff Spotlight series, you will meet a member of our team each month. It’s part of our effort to make sure you know who the TLA staff is, so you’re more familiar with us when you need to contact us. We love to hear from members! Name: Christy Reynolds Position: Membership […]Read More