SPRING HILL — Aimee Perry, a former resident of Spring Hill, whose heart for children has led her to write a children’s story. She will be sharing her story at the Spring Hill Library at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14.
"A Brown Bag Lecture, From Rags to Pixels: East Tennessee’s Newspapers from the 19th Century to Digitization, presented by Louisa Trott will be held at noon on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at the East Tennessee History Center. .."
"To recognize the incredible amount of volunteer work and fundraising that citizens do to support their local public libraries, Governor Bill Haslam has proclaimed that week as Friends of Libraries Week in Tennessee and encourages all citizens to join in this worthy observance."
Award-winning journalist and bestselling author Marya Hornbacher will be the featured speaker Wednesday at the next in a series of mental health presentations sponsored by NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Maryville.
"In a report released Oct. 14, The Aspen Institute notes the Memphis Public Library for its community advancements. The "Rising to the Challenge: Re-Envisioning Public Libraries" report looks at how public libraries are stepping up to meet the needs of the community. The Memphis Public Library is spotlighted in the report for its JobLINC mobile career center..."
"A reception honoring Law Librarian Meredith Douglas is scheduled for Friday in Knoxville. Douglas, who has served the Honorable Sharon J. Bell Knox County Governmental Library for 30 years, is retiring..."
"he TLA Library Technologies Roundtable (formerly ERM Roundtable) is hosting a paper competition for the Spring TLA Conference in Memphis. The topic for the competition is: “What Did You Learn? Failed Technology Experiments in Library User Experience.”.."