Tennessee Libraries, the journal of the Tennessee Library Association, is seeking experienced library professionals to serve as members of the journal's editorial board. Editorial board members act as the journal's referees within their areas of expertise. If you are interested in serving on the TL editorial board, please fill out this form: http://tnla.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&amp;amp;subarticlenbr=500. A copy of your resume and a list of areas that you would be willing to review in will help us to send you appropriate articles. We are currently seeking referees in all aspects of librarianship.
"Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women will present a series of Health and Wellness talks at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library in August. Experts from Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp.'s staff will lead the interactive presentations that are free and open to the public..."
"Saturday, July 21 Walker County resident and author Virginia McKevitt will hold a book signing at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 21, at the Catoosa County Library (108 Catoosa Circle, Benton Place Campus) in Ringgold. McKevitt will donate 10 percent of the sales from her debut fantasy novel “Fracture: The Secret Enemy Saga” to The Friends of the Catoosa Library.
Civil War Hospitals and Medicine” will be the topic of a display and series of talks on Sundays during July at the Catoosa County Library. Speakers will be Jerry Tollinger, July 22, “A 10th Tennessee Cavalryman,” and Pat and Harold Silcox, July 29, “Colonel and Mrs. Cloud.” Each talk will be from 2:30-3:30 p.m. each Sunday at the community room of the library located on the Benton Place campus off Battlefield Parkway. For more information, call 423-413-3445."
"Joseph Wesselman works to maintain his balance on a balance beam during his library class at Watertown Elementary. Tennessee is one of the least-active states in the country, which contributes to obesity."
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"Kids at King Family Library were celebrating good times and all the books they've read over the last seven weeks, ending the Sevier County Public Library System's Summer Reading Program on Wednesday afternoon."
"Sunday, July 22, 2:00 – 4:00 pm “Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice…It is a truth universally acknowledged that every generation must rediscover Jane Austen!” A school librarian for over 25 years, Mildred Tilley graduated from Emory University with both a BA in English and an MS in Library Science..."
Ali James: Mom, children try to keep their cool this summerKnoxville News SentinelTwo weeks ago we saw a puppet show at Farragut Branch Library as part of Knox County Public Library's summer programming.
Tennessee Libraries, the journal of the Tennessee Library Association, is seeking experienced library professionals to serve as members of the journal's editorial board. Editorial board members act as the journal's referees within their areas of expertise. If you are interested in serving on the TL editorial board, please fill out this form: http://tnla.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&amp;subarticlenbr=500. A copy of your resume and a list of areas that you would be willing to review in will help us to send you appropriate articles. We are currently seeking referees in all aspects of librarianship.
"One hundred and fifty years ago, Confederate and Union soldiers fought fiercely just outside of Murfreesboro. Of 81,000 men engaged in the Battle of Stones River (Dec. 31, 1862-Jan. 2, 1863), more than 23,000 were killed, wounded, or went missing...
The “Between the Lines: Reading about the Civil War” book group, sponsored by the Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area and Linebaugh Library, will discuss “Bright Starry Banner: A Novel of the Civil War” at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 26, at the Heritage Center, 225 W. College St., Murfreesboro. All are welcome."
"...The Tennessee Bar Foundation Legal History Project is a collection of video oral histories that began in 1998. The collection consists of 76 interviews sponsored by the Fellows of the Tennessee Bar Foundation..."
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