November 25, 2015

Roundup: More “Happy” Videos From Libraries Around the U.S.

About three weeks ago we shared a music video for the Pharrell Williams hit “Happy” starring the staff of the D.C. Public Library in Washington, DC.

Today, a small collection of more “Happy” music videos produced by libraries and starring library staff members from around for the U.S.

This is by no means a comprehensive list. We would be happy (-; to add more. Feel free to E-Mail
with suggestions/links to add.

Alabama: Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County

California: Gilroy Public Library

Colorado: La Veta Public Library

Iowa: Knoxville Public Library (Version One)

Iowa: Knoxville Public Library (Version Two)

Kentucky: Green County Public Library

New York: Port Washington Public Library

North Carolina: Forsyth County Public Library

North Carolina: Gaston County Public Library

North Carolina: Person County Public Library

North Carolina: State Library of North Carolina

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