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"When I returned to the library after a planning meeting last week, Cindy told me that two separate visitors had asked her how much it costs to borrow a book. If people are asking this question, then we evidently need to do more to get the word out..."
"...Chattanooga State Community College welcomes Rick Bragg, a Pulitzer Prize winner, best selling author, newspaper writer and current journalism professor at the University of Alabama as its featured author during the award-winning Writers@Work series April 13-17..."
"..."Learning about and understanding our history is possible for everyone today thanks to the work of the Chattanooga History Center and the Chattanooga Public Library and the resources and outreach of organizations like Cornerstones, protecting historic properties, and Picnooga, a crowd-sourced media archive celebrating Chattanooga’s history. WTCI appreciates these partners and their cooperation on this project..."
"... "This exposes people to art," said Judy Weaver, Memphis Public Library branch assistant. "We don't have many other art opportunities in Memphis and a lot of people in Memphis will never have the opportunity to drive down to the DIA to see these pieces in the actual museum."..."
Grand Ole Opry star Mike Snider will perform in the Family Living Center at the Dyer County Fairgrounds this Saturday, April 18 in a fundraiser to benefit McIver's Grant Public Library. Tickets, $30 each, are still available at the library and may also be purchased at the door on the evening of the event. Tickets include a barbecue supper at 5 p.m., followed by the concert at 6:30 p.m. A silent auction is also planned.
Saturdays, 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., “Play Chess at the Library: Every Saturday.” Middle and high school students (or any age) are invited to play chess. Tom Jobe coaches most Saturdays in the Teen Central area of the library. On one Saturday of every month, there will be a rated tournament at the Blount County Public Library. (FREE)
"... Ruth Hemphill was there on behalf of the Tennessee Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. This agency, funded by the federal government, is responsible for loaning Braille, audio, and large print publications to Tennessee residents with physical disabilities that prevent them from reading standard print..".
Adam Southern of the Maury County Library accepts a donation from Eric Street of his book “Count it All Joy” at the Maury County Library Wednesday morning. Street will be performing at Mule Day on Saturday at 6 p.m. in Maury County Park. (Staff photo by Ryan Jump)
The annual Rock ‘N Roll 5K Walk/Run is set for 7:30 a.m. at Huntingdon Middle School. A kids mile run starts at 8:30 a.m. The proceeds from the event will be used to purchase new books for the school’s library and to provide funds for the Solomon Lee DeVille Art Scholarship in correspondence with the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center in Huntingdon. Entrants will be divided into various age divisions with the top three receiving awards. Shirts will be given to entrants who register before April
Deep within the recesses of the James D. Hoskins Library is a trove of Old Hollywood memorabilia so vast and yet so forgotten, it would make Indiana Jones salivate. Meet the Clarence Brown collection. Most remembered for being the namesake benefactor of UT’s acclaimed theater company, Clarence Brown’s life story ...
"... Some of the more than two dozen participants setting-up informational booths on earth-friendly topics and services will include, Friends of the Greenway, the MTSU Stormwater Program www.mtsu.edu/stormwater, Rutherford County Stormwater, MTSU alternative fuels researcher Dr. Cliff Ricketts, the Stones River Watershed Association, Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation (TDEC), Smyrna High School FFA, Earth Experience (Middle Tennessee Natural History Museum), Murfreesboro Park & Recreation Department, and Linebaugh Public Library..."
Project consists of an addition 2,150 SF and renovations to the existing public library. Work addition will include concrete floor slab (and associated footings/foundations), brick veneer exterior walls to match existing construction, new fiberglass shingle roofing and pertinent interior finishes including, doors, gypsum board interior partitions and mechanical and electrical systems.
"...Maryville – Celebrate William Shakespeare’s Birthday is a day-long festival which includes readings of his sonnets and soliloquies and a viewing of “Twelfth Night” at the Blount County Public Library..."
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