"Last Saturday, a group of historians met at the Nashville Public Library for the “Tennessee, the Atlantic World and the War of 1812” symposium, to make sure the military conflict is properly remembered on its 200th anniversary. Among those in attendance was Dr. Kristofer Ray, Austin Peay State University assistant professor of history, who presented a paper, “Tennessee and Revolutionary Memory in the Era of the War of 1812.”"
"“I asked him if he would co-chair the fundraising drive for the new library. He was more than willing to take that on. Tutt had been on the fundraising committee for the former library on McGhee Street. He had essentially helped build both libraries."
Knox County Public Library is showcasing the imagination with the help of a little flour, butter and sugar. Third annual Great Cake Bake to benefit Imagination Library is set from noon to 5 p.m. in Tennessee Terrace at UT’s Neyland Stadium. All local bakers and cake makers are invited to participate. To enter online, www.knoxlib.org/cakebake. Each entry costs $12. For more information, call Molly Moore, 865-215-8784 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courageous and charitable she is, yet such compliments pale against the pure emotional strength that must be necessary for Beth Holloway to share her most personal, yet public tragedy: The death of a daughter.
"Information provided by Arts Memphis MEMPHIS, TN-(March 18, 2012) - Here comes another Pop-Up! As part of its series to bring the arts to the inner city neighborhoods, ArtsMemphis will sponsor the second in a series of free Pop-Up ArtsFest, from ...
The festival also will include the dedication of artist Suzy Hendrix’s mosaic, sponsored by Urban Art Commission, at the Hollywood Branch Library."
"The Chattanooga Public Library, in partnership with Best Buy and Friends of the Library, will conduct an eReader workshop to teach patrons how to download library eBooks onto their devices on Saturday from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. at the Downtown Library. Reservations may be made in person at the library branch or by calling 757-5310.
Michael P. White, an award-winning artist and illustrator, will present an interactive family program including hands-on drawing techniques and step-by-step lessons on how to start your own story or book on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Downtown Library. For more information, please call 757-5314" Mar 24
"APSU History Department helps remember war of 1812 at conference...
Last Saturday, a group of historians met at the Nashville Public Library for the Tennessee, the Atlantic World and the War of 1812 symposium, to make sure the military conflict is properly remembered on its 200th anniversary."
"Calhoun officials say McMinn County Library Board Chairman Charlie Senn is acting inappropriately in his attempt to increase county funding to the E.G. Fisher Public Library at the expense of the Calhoun Public Library."