Online registration ends at 5:00 PM CST on Wednesday March 29.
You’re thinking “Oh my, what’s a librarian to do?” Well, you have two options: 1. You could go ahead and register (You do have a bit of time left.), or 2. Wait until the conference starts and register on-site.
Fair warning: if you wait for on-site registration there is a chance the luncheon and reception options will be sold out. You know you don’t want to miss Intellectual Freedom Fighter and LJ Mover and Shaker Alison Macrina, Giving Design’s David Baker and having your picture made while participating in the reception’s conga line! It’s a triple crown of awesomeness!
Indivisible Sumner Planning Meeting, Hendersonville Public Library of Sumner County, 140 Saundersville Rd, Hendersonville, United States. Thu Apr 06 2017 at 06:00 pm, We will be holding a planning meeting in the Computer Lab at HPL. This will be the week prior to the next congressional recess runni
As the United States prepares to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the date the country joined the conflict known as “the Great War,” the Tennessee State Library and Archives is pleased to announce that a complete set of those records is now available online.
Ray “Rayzor” Reynolds of Rayzor's Edge Photography spent two years following President Trump on the campaign trail as the New York businessman and television personality toured the country before the election that named him the 45th president of the United States...
Shelbyville native Dr. Brenda Clanton Rambo-Igney, who publishes books under the name Brenda Rambo, will appear 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library for an author visit and book signing. She will also be at New Covenant Christian Bookstore from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Apri
Budget time is coming full circle for local, state and national governments. The Trump administration released its proposed budget for 2018 fiscal which included some proposed increases to different areas, including $54 million to the defense budget, $2.6 million for a wall on the Mexican border and $1.4 million for school choice. While some areas […]
From Trey Hargett, Tennessee Sec. of State: As the legislative session winds down, I am cautiously optimistic that the General Assembly will include funding for a new Tennessee State Library and Archives building in the next state budget.
John Bracken and Jennifer Preston – The internet is a wild place, and the way we receive and process news is complicated. As our reliance on digital platforms grows, we are swimming in misinformation and kept separate by socia
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