The Williamson County Public Library announces the retirement of Dorris Douglass after 18 years of dedication and service. Please join us on Friday, October 31st from 12:00-2:00 in the Williamson Room in the Special Collections Department to celebrate her time with us.
Governor Bill Haslam's Tennessee Promise initiative to ensure that students enroll and succeed in college has developed a new facet of the program: getting the Mayor of Williamson County and the City Mayors to act as mentors for students in the program.
"The Office of Multicultural Student Life is joining the tutoring community available at Pendergrass Library. This free service offers tutoring to those students enrolled in any section of the following courses..."
It's a place where many people go to catch up on their reading, their internet work or just to find a peaceful oasis. But in tonight's School Patrol, a group of teens are going back to their childhood, in a manner of speaking, and having a fun and messy time.
"Mecca Caron, Maury County Library children’s librarian, holds a book from which a character was taken and made from a pumpkin or in this case pumpkins for the Literary Pumpkins contest: Jabberwocky, center, from “Through the Looking Glass.” ..."
".. This salon is a free, ticketed event. A limited number of auditorium tickets will be available on-site 30 minutes before show time on the event date. Advance auditorium tickets are limited and guarantee a seat in the auditorium..."
DOWNTOWN JACKSON -- Jackson Business and Professional Women honored a local leader at Thursday's Brown Bag Lunch at the local library.Daryl Chansuthus, executive director of the Women's Resource and Rape Assistance Program, was the speaker for Thursday's lunch and was awarded the 2014 Woman of Achievement honor.
An honored historian, educator, writer, librarian and icon for students and others throughout the West Tennessee black community, the late Anna Cooke will receive more accolades today at the start of Lane College’s homecoming activities
From the University of Tennessee: The College of Communication and Information at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will receive $2.73 million over the next five years as part of a $15 million accomplishment based renewal of the National Science Foundation’s Da...
"... Peggy Richardson, who serves on the board of Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children, and Maury County Library Director Adam Southern presented their plans on offering a space to showcase art at the library, including an exhibit from The Frist Center in Nashville.."
"... In an effort to increase visibility and be more accessible, ONSF—which has its main office in the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy—now has a satellite office in Hodges Library, Room 220K, with the Student Success Center. Meetings, workshops, interviews, and seminars are held in Hodges..."