The children’s area of the Kingsport Public Library is transforming into a woodland wonderland. The area will have a new higher ceiling, carpet and paintings. It will also have a special glassed-in room for their 13 reading therapy dogs, part of a program where children read out loud one-on-one to canine volunteers, which will also …
In honor of Black History Month and in partnership with The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knox County Public Library is inviting the public to join Oak Ridge native Tatia Harris for a discussion of “The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace: A Brilliant Young Man Who Left Newark for the Ivy League” by Jeff Hobbs.
"... For several years, we have been making the case that the Tennessee State Library & Archives needs a new building. We are doing so because the building we have been using for more than 60 years has a number of issues..."
2017 Annual TLA Conference Celebrate Libraries, Tennessee Library Association, Memphis, United States. Wed Apr 05 2017 at 09:00 pm, Visit tnla.org for more information. Hotel registration is now available.
In the summer of 2016, Becky Coleman and Lori Warren partnered with Steve Hicks, Gale Customer Success Manager and Tony Bottrell, Gale Usage Services Manager, to create a HCDE District Library Website and 70 Individual School Websites for the Hamilton County Schools.
John Wesley Harding was one of the most notorious outlaws of late 1800s Texas, facing down such well-known law keepers as “Wild Bill” Hickok. Known to have killed more than 20 men, Harding was finally arrested in 1878 and sent to federal prison for 14 years.
The Tennessee State Library and Archives recently awarded more than $300,000 in technology grants to 114 public libraries across the state. The grants, which are distributed annually, are funded by Tennessee state government and a federal agency, the Institute of Museum and Library Services. In order to qualify, recipients must have dollar-for-dollar matching funds from their local governments.
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