A public meeting was held at the Benton County Library to see if there was any interest in a quilt trail within the county, hoping to get twenty participants. With a grant from the Tennessee River Resort District for materials, the project began in the spring of 2010..."
Brown-Bag Book Group To Discuss Baldwin's 'Go Tell It On The Mountain' Friends of the Library invite the public to attend the Brown-Bag Book Group's discussion of James Baldwin's 1953 novel, "Go Tell It on the Mountain," in the Big Spring Room at the Gre
Thank you for the updates surrounding Aberdeen's library. My family loves the library, and we use it often, checking out new books for myself and my daughters, ages 6 and 9. But we do not love the crowded shelves and rows, computers with a line to us
We live in a “diverse and often fractious country,” writes Robert Dawson, but there are some things that unite us—among them, our love of libraries. “A locally governed and tax-supported system that dispenses knowledge and information for everyone throughout the country at no cost to its patrons is an astonishing...
In the 1800s, British libraries used gaming rooms to lure patrons away from pubs. Now, across the country, libraries are using video games to attract millennials — and the goal isn't always educational.
Tenn-Share invites you to present a SHORT session on something you know that can help your peers - 5 to 10 minutes! At the Fall Conference on September 26, we want to know what you know about e-resources, e-books, databases, Tenn-Share, etc. Please sign up now to deliver a 10 for Tenn - http://www.tenn-share.org/node/1405.
These links shows talks (often called Ignites) that are 5 minutes. They can be serious, humorous, academic, casual, etc.:
Close your eyes and imagine your public library. Who do you see inside? Yourself? Quiet readers? Students? A hip librarian behind a large wooden desk? A cat named Dewey wending its way through the stacks? This doesn't begin to scratch the surface!...
"Lakewood residents are lucky to have a world-class Library in their city, but many times the elderly or sick cannot make it through the doors to take advantage of all the great books, magazines, music and movies the Library offers. That is where some dedicated Library employees come in who bring the Library to their doorstep..."