By GAIL SPRAGINS Director, Perry County Public Library System More than seventy-five Perry County residents turned out on Friday, September 12, to greet the Governor's Books from Birth Foundation (GBBF) tenth anniversary bus tour when it arrived at the Lobelville Library. read more...
"Zinio for Libraries, which launched in September 2012, is changing the way patrons consume digital magazine content. Libraries can choose to subscribe from a selection of hundreds of popular titles, both domestic and international, and offer unlimited simultaneous access to digital replicas of the magazines..."
Guest Author, Vince Vawter. It is time yet again for a fantastic evening of Dinner with an Author with Putnam County Library Friends. This year s feature novel Paperboy, is by East Tennessean Vince Vawter.."
"The Tennessee Historical Society and Humanities Tennessee are proud to announce the Young Historians Series will be held at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library, 350 Pageant Lane in Clarksville, on Tuesday, Sep. 16. ..."
At this year’s DataFest, Thursday, September 25, at the Nashville Public Library, Tenn-Share is celebrating ten years of bringing library professionals and vendors together to talk, share, explore and learn. A special feature this year is “10 for Tenn,” concise, ten minute (or less) mini-sessions on a variety of topics. In addition, 17 vendors will be conducting 25 or 45 minute sessions about their products (the schedule is online). Please register by Thursday, September 18, 2014..."
"Amy Billone will read from her new poetry collection at UT’s Writers in the Library on Monday, September 29, at 7 p.m. in the Lindsay Young Auditorium of the John C. Hodges Library. The reading is free and open to the public..."
As part of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin, the library will host An Evening with Storytellers, featuring Eric Jacobson and Bryan Lane. The presentation will highlight important aspects of the battle as well as the people involved,
"University of Tennessee Professor Emeritus William M. Bass is widely regarded as a foremost expert in the field of forensic anthropology, which uses physical anthropology to resolve medical and criminal cases concerning the dead. ..."