Marketing plan template available

Marketing plan template available

Based on Kathy Dempsey’s “Cycle of True Marketing,” a state-wide public library system marketing cohort has drafted a marketing plan template that any library of any size can model and adapt. The template includes: A customizable marketing framework that can be...
Apply for WAPL Scholarship! Deadline April 1

Apply for WAPL Scholarship! Deadline April 1

NWLS is happy to provide an opportunity for directors to apply for a scholarship to attend WAPL this year. The deadline to apply is April 1. Details about the application process can be found on the NWLS Conference Scholarship Application 2020. More information about...
LAWDS Workshops Starting in March

LAWDS Workshops Starting in March

NWLS public library staff are invited to attend your choice of six workshops offered through the Libraries Activating Workforce Development Skills (LAWDS) project. The LAWDS project brings together public library staff with regional Workforce Development Boards (WDBs)...
Children’s Book Fest

Children’s Book Fest

This year’s Children’s Book Fest will be held on March 10-11 at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, 135 E. Larch Street in Rhinelander. Agenda: Tuesday Evening, March 10 Information and Registration (1.5 CE credits for CCBC Book Talk) Wednesday, March 11...
Apply for WAPL Scholarship! Deadline April 1

IUG Conference Scholarship

We are pleased to announce a new scholarship opportunity to attend the IUG Conference in April. Applications must be submitted to smachones@northernwaters.org by February 1, 2020. Fill out your application here.  
Census 2020: Why should we care?

Census 2020: Why should we care?

Why should the libraries and the public care about the 2020 Census? Below are four key points. It’s about $675 billion dollars of federal funds and grants. State, county, and community grants are based on Census data. This money is spent on schools, hospitals, roads,...