Online registration ends at 5:00 PM CST on Wednesday March 29.
You’re thinking “Oh my, what’s a librarian to do?” Well, you have two options: 1. You could go ahead and register (You do have a bit of time left.), or 2. Wait until the conference starts and register on-site.
Fair warning: if you wait for on-site registration there is a chance the luncheon and reception options will be sold out. You know you don’t want to miss Intellectual Freedom Fighter and LJ Mover and Shaker Alison Macrina, Giving Design’s David Baker and having your picture made while participating in the reception’s conga line! It’s a triple crown of awesomeness!
Come to Make Records was organized by the East Tennessee Historical Society in partnership with the Knox County Public Library and the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound, a division of the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection, as a temporary exhibition at the Museum of East Tennessee History and was on display April through October, 2016.
The Chattanooga State Humanities Department’s Writers@Work team would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all those in the Chattanooga community who supported the Chattanooga Big Read 2017 (www.chattbigread.org).
The Mountain Stewards will host a panel discussion at the Signal Mountain Library on Thursday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m. The program will explore how to have a healthy yard that is also healthy for the environment.
Michael Knight’s published two novels, The Typist and Divining Rod. He has also published four story/novella collections. Today we’ll be talking about his latest, Eveningland which includes six stories and a novella, and it is published by the Atlantic Monthly Press.
12 July, 9:00 AM - Tennessee State Library and Archives - Nashville - United States - Please join the Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) and Teaching with Primary Sources – MTSU (TPS-MTSU) for
You are invited to an event celebrating these exciting enhancements to Special Collections on Thursday, April 27. A reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Special Collections Reading Room, 121 Hodges Library. Join us for remarks at 6:00 p.m. The event is also an opportunity to honor two longtime patrons of Special Collections.
Join us for a screening of the film Manchester 1951, narrated in 19980 by Mr. Grady York! Cola and popcorn will be served. Admission $5.00 at teh door $10.00 will include entrance and a copy of the DVD Children get in free! In memory of Helen and Kenneth Anderson
An update on the proposed technology center with the Linebaugh Library with Director Rita Shacklett. Also, news of other activities at the Linebaugh system with branches in downtown Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Eagleville and the Myrtle Glanton Lord branch at the Patterson Community Center.
The African American Heritage Society of Maury County will continue the 2016-2017 lecture series on Saturday, April 22, at 10 a.m. at the Maury County Public Library, located at 211 W 8th St. in Columbia. The lectures are free and open to the public.The speaker, Dr. Learotha Williams, will discuss Madam C. J. Walker, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a political and social activist.Williams is currently an Associate Professor of African American and Public History at Tennessee State
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