The number of adults aged 50+ coming to public libraries is steadily increasing. These patrons include active, healthy, tech-savvy professionals; people who have little or no computer training; retirees; travelers; and those who have age-related health and behavior issues. Public libraries have an opportunity to provide services for this growing and varied group. This book teaches librarians how to develop and expand adult public library programming and services, turning their library into a welcoming environment for the aging community. This book offers practical examples in areas including community collaboration, outreach, marketing, engagement, technology and social media, funding, and lifelong learning and incorporates up-to-date ALA best practices for a 60+ audience. Examples from extensive interviews with public librarians and directors illustrate what libraries are doing for the midlife-and-beyond community and encourage creative thinking about new programs and services.