the september project continues to grow. libraries in argentina, canada, greece, italy, lithuania, and the united states are organizing events about issues that matter for their communities.
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if you mouse-click the pins, you'll find the names of participating libraries, as well as their addresses and links to their web sites. also, when available, we're able to include a photograph of the library.
although we've been pretty happy with google maps there's a major problem. when we try to embed the map on our "Where is it?" page of the september project web site (built in wordpress, rather than, like this blog, in blogger), the map default is stuck on the US/north america. it must seem so uninviting for folks outside the US to visit our page and see a big map of the US. arg. if anyone has any advice about working with wordpress + google maps, please let me know. we need help!
in the last few weeks i've blogged a bit about various september project events going on around the world. here's some:
September Project events in Portland, Oregon
September Project events for children, teens, and adults at all eight branches of Arapahoe (CO) Library District
September Project events in Genova, Italy
A full slate of September Project events at Morton Grove Public Library
Waffle Brunch with Benjamin Franklin at Beaufort Branch Library!
what's your library doing in september?