Now that spring has arrived in Wisconsin, you might consider offering some programs at your library on gardening. You can find inspiration from the How Does Your Garden Programming Grow? post at the Programming Librarian blog. Here's a sample of ideas you can find there:
The Public Library Association (PLA) national conference was held in Portland, Oregon March 23 - 27, 2010. If you didn't attend, you can still get great info from the articles and blog posts from the editors of Library Journal and School Library Journal.
A recent thread on the Publib Discussion List for Public Librarians aired ideas for public access computers that are used heavily by job-seekers. The issue addressed is of patrons having a difficult time completing an online job application and/or filling out an unemployment application claim on computers that have a 1-hour time limit.
These two posts from Claudia Race provide ideas you might want to try at your library:
The Programming Librarian blog (a publication of the ALA Public Programs Office) posted great ideas on the topic of “how can I promote more interest in the book and get a discussion going?” and suggestions for keeping a book group running smoothly. Examples of ideas in the posting include...
Library Lovers' Month is a month-long celebration of school, public, and private libraries of all types. Declare February as a time for everyone, especially library support groups, to recognize the value of libraries.