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Program Proposal for Children and Youth Programs

London Public Library welcomes program proposals from the public. Priority is given to programming that inspires learning, sparks curiosity, and connects people. When selecting programs we take into consideration the interests of the local community, the suitability of the library's physical space and how a program will contribute to the library's overall schedule of events and alignment with strategic priorities.

If you are interested in presenting a program, please fill out and submit this program proposal. We receive many suggestions for programs and are not able to respond to each submission. If we choose to proceed with your program, we will be in touch.

Note: While we invite program proposals all year, the majority of paid programming for children and youth is planned annually by November for the following year.

 

Program Details
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Describe what participants will gain from the program
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Furniture set up, a/v equipment, water/power source, etc.
Availability

Please indicate your general availability. If we choose to proceed with your program, we will discuss scheduling in more detail.

 

Most Library Programming for Children takes place during school breaks: Summer (July & August), Winter Break (end of December & Beginning of January), and March Break. Typical program start times are as follows: Morning - 10am, Afternoon - 2:30pm, Evening - 6:30pm.

Spring (March/April/May)

Keeping in mind that most Spring programming will take place during the week of March Break, please indicate your Spring availability by ticking the times you are generally available below. (Note: only the Central Library is open on Mondays)

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Summer (June/July/August)

Keeping in mind that Summer is our heaviest programming time, with most programming taking place during July and August, please indicate your Summer availability by ticking the times you are generally available below. (Note: Only Central Library is open on Mondays)

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Fall (September/October/November)

Keeping in mind that programming for Children in the Fall is very limited (usually only on P.A. Days), please indicate your general Fall availability below. (Note: only the Central Library is open on Mondays)

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Winter (December/January/February)

Keeping in mind that most Winter programming for Children takes place during the Winter Break (last week of December/first week of January), please indicate your general availability below. (Note: only the Central Library is open on Mondays)

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References

At London Public Library, we are committed to offering quality programs and experiences. Please tell us about your experience delivering your program and provide us with 2 professional references.

Reference #1

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Police Vulnerable Sector Check

London Public Library requires that any person providing programming for Children at the Library submit a Police Vulnerable Sector Check.

Personal information collected by London Public Library is done so under the authority of the London Public Library Board. This will be used in the process of the library’s business. Questions regarding the collection of this information should be directed to the CEO & Chief Librarian, London Public Library, 251 Dundas St., London, ON N6A 6H9.