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Supporting those involved in library programming for adults.

The Programming for Adults Round Table (PART) addresses the needs of those who plan, organize, or implement adult programs at their library. This group is for anyone who plans, organizes, or conducts book clubs, computer classes for the public, author visits, or other adult programs.

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2019-2020 Officers

Kelly Brouillard, Chair
Crystal Hicks, Chair Elect
Tommi Myers, Past Chair
Faria Matin, Secretary/Treasurer
Pamela Pipkin, Councilor

Program Planner Resources

The Programming for Adults Interest Group (PAIG) was established in 2009. The group became a TLA Round Table by vote of Council on April 20, 2012.

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