This is part of a three part series about the LibraryCon program we hosted at my library. Be sure to check out: LibraryCon-Part 1-The Planning LibraryCon-Part 1-The Big Event And check out Valerie's post about LibraryCon! Many cool people who helped make LibraryCon awesome! (photo credit: E.M. Ervin So there were many, many things that went wonderfully at LibraryCon and we pulled off an amazingly fantastic event. I'm so proud of all the work that everyone did and what a fun program it turned out to be. Here's what worked well: -Involve the local geek community. We reached out to so many organizations, cosplay groups, gaming groups, authors, illustrators, and other area cons to create our booths. In turn, those groups gave us names of others to include. This worked well because it helped us find people who really wanted to be part of this event. - Provide water! And food if possible. We provided lots (over 100!) bottles of water for the people st
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