Partner With Us

The Pennington Public Library values our community partnerships with organizations whose programs fit within our mission. Please tell us about your event, class or workshop idea. While we are not able to offer every program proposed, we keep suggested programs and contact information on file for possible future collaborations. Suggestions are reviewed on a semi-monthly basis.

Intended Audience*

Event Description*
The description should tell the audience what they’ll see, hear, learn and do at the event and why they’ll want to attend. Describe your event in one or two sentences. (Example: “Healthy Eating Over the Holidays - Find out what you can do to better manage your eating habits and curb your appetite during the holiday season. Learn more about: managing holiday parties and office treats; how to navigate the buffet and dining out; calories in alcoholic drinks; health winter cooking tips; exercise strategies for cold weather.”)

Please submit a brief bio of the program presenter. Include accomplishments, education, employment, licenses, etc. that you feel qualify the presenter for the program. The library staff may use this bio to introduce the presentation.

Library Programs
Pennington Public Library provides a variety of programs that connect the community with books, the arts, entertainment, health, current events, local history and hands-on skills. Why do you think your program will appeal to library patrons and how will it fit these program goals?

Information for our Library Programs brochure must be received by the following deadlines:
November 1: Winter programs taking place in December, January, February. February 1: Spring programs taking place in March, April, May.
May 1: Summer programs taking place in June, July, August.
August 1: Fall programs taking place in September, October, November.

Would you be able to meet the appropriate deadline?*

The Library’s budget is set the previous year, including funding for events. For most co-sponsored events, the location and marketing is provided by the Library and the presentation is donated or provided by a community partner. Does your program suggestion require a monetary request for your presentation? *

What will your co-sponsoring community organization contribute? *

Needed Resources*
What resources would you need? (laptop, projection screen, internet connection, tables, chairs, staffing, etc.)*

Previous Contact*
Have you previously contacted any Library staff person about this partnership? If so, with whom did you speak?*