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When: Sat, May 9 2PM–4PM. Where: Blount County Public Library, 508 N. Cusick Street, Maryville, TN. Saturday, May 9, 2 until 4 p.m., “Gaming @ Your Library: Every Second Saturday.” Games of all kind! Board games, MarioKart, Super Smash Bros., Yu-Gi-Oh!, or bring your own game to share! Snacks will be provided. Gaming days will be the second ...
"The art wall at McIver's Grant Public Library will showcase the talent of two area photographic artists throughout May. The exhibit, entitled "America," features photography, painting and mixed-media pieces of Clayton Hayes and Ken Webb..."
"... The nonprofits have earmarked the funds for various projects. For example, donations made to the Friends of the Gallatin Public Library Foundation will go directly to help fund summer reading for the Gallatin community..."
Helen Whitaker describes the new system's search as "Amazon-style" with better looks and icons more recognizable where patrons will easily know if the item is a book or a DVD or other item. People will be able to better target what they're looking for.
With few brass groups in the area, Stephen Wallace saw the need for a brass quintet, and as a professional musician, he wanted to share the experience of that music with others. Together with four other musicians, Wallace organized Craggy Top Brass Quintet, which will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Blount County Public Library.
" On May 6, the Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) is hosting a free public presentation about that collection, which was donated to TSLA last year by siblings and King descendants Olivia King Inman and Judge Dennis H. Inman. The collection of letters chronicles the romance between Oliver King and Katherine Rutledge, which led to their marriage."
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Nashville Public Library is helping to mark the fifth anniversary of the historic May 2010 floods that affected much of Middle and West Tennessee. The floods killed nearly two dozen people and caused billions in damages, more than $2 billion in Nashville alone.
Shoppers browse items at the annual book sale to benefit the Greeneville-Greene County Public Library Friday afternoon. On Saturday, doors open at 8 a.m. and close at 2 p.m. ... The sale is being held in a warehouse at 406 N. Irish St.
"We learn about new books to order in a variety of ways. Distributors send us catalogs every month, and we check The New York Times best seller lists and “Best Books of the Month” at Amazon.com. I see author interviews on the Today show, and Connie hears them on National Public Radio. You also let us know when a new book by one of your favorite authors is coming out. Thank you for keeping us informed! ..."
"Now on display in the Clinchfield Railroad Museum is a large mural painted by Ken Ferguson, a student of famous painter John Alan Maxwell. The mural was once displayed in the county public library; however, when the library moved to its present location the mural was stored and lost to time. It was recently found behind a furnace in the library’s basement..."
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