"The Chattanooga Public Library and UTC’s Society of Ink and Paper will host the second annual Chattanooga Zine Fest, a festival of independently produced books and magazines, on May 16 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on the 4th Floor of the Library’s downtown branch. The event is free and open to the public..."
"Representatives from the Tennessee State Library and Archives and the Tennessee State Museum will be in Celina on Jan. 29 to record and digitize Civil War memorabilia owned by local residents for an exhibit titled “Looking Back: The Civil War in Tennessee.” ..."
Huddled over a round table on the second floor of the Chattanooga Public Library, children armed with a box of tangled, multicolored yarn giggle as they weave together the beginnings of a textile bomb -- not an actual explosive, of course.
"Friends of the Chattanooga Public Library announced a new project for the Chattanooga Public Library Teen/Tween programs at all of its branches and two elementary schools who expressed interest in participating in this special project..."
"... The Council pulled $1.5 million dollars from two accounts-- $1 million from the Brainerd Mission Community Projects and $500,000 from the Eastgate Public Library Relocation funds. The recommendation to pull the funds came from Mayor Andy Berke's administration..."
A few months ago, in our “City Guide” issue, I showed readers a nice selection of photos from the Joe Bennett Collection, a treasure trove of vintage photos that has been organized and archived at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library by my pal Laura Cunningham (“In the Good Old Summertime,” August 2014).