United Way of Bedford County is partnering with Argie Cooper Public Library and the Bedford County Department of Education for a Day of Action for the Raise Your Hand Tennessee initiative on Thursday, June 21.
"Franklin Transit Authority operates three fixed routes throughout the City of Franklin. Stops include the Williamson County Public Library, the Cool Springs Mall, Kroger, Publix, Whole Foods Market, K-Mart, the YMCA, and more. All transit vehicles are equipped with bicycle racks, increasing sustainable transportation connections throughout the Franklin area."
"This month’s speakers are Traci and Gordon Belt, authors of a book from which this program is taken. Traci Nichols-Belt is an ordained and licensed minister and holds a master’s degree in history from Middle Tennessee State University and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Anderson University. Traci wrote two National Register nominations for the Johnsonville Historic District in New Johnsonville, Tennessee, and the Historical AME Church and Cemeteries in Alexandria, Tennessee. She has also written for the Tennessee Historical Quarterly.
Her husband Gordon Belt is an information professional, archives advocate, and public historian. He currently works as the library manager for the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, and has written several articles for the First Amendment Center website on legislative issues and history."
Save the Date: June 16 will be 10-year anniversary at Blount County Public Library MARYVILLE, TN (May 1, 2012) After ten years in the new building, the Blount County Public Library continues to be a community gatheri...
"Saturday, June 16th, 9:00 am - Noon. 105 Vine Street Murfreesboro in the parking garage level P2. Friends of Linebaugh Library $5 bag sale. Fill a paper grocery bag(s) with books from our store for $5. We have over 10,000 books to choose from.'
On Monday, June 11, in the midst of a severe thunderstorm that blew through the area, Johnny Warren, wildlife specialist from Reelfoot Lake State Park, gave an exciting and entertaining presentation of just a few of the animals that the park has...
"Dream BIG: READ! in the 2012 Tennessee Summer Reading Program! Visit any branch of the Sevier County Public Library System during the months of June andJuly for special reading programs and events for all ages."
"BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH cartoonist, John Rose will be going on a bodacious cartooning library tour of eastern Tennessee and southwest Virginia. He will be giving Snuffy Smith Chalk Talks and/or Children’s Cartooning Programs."
"Photo by Autumn Hughes Four-year-old Reed Wooten sits patiently as a volunteer draws a Spider-Man design on his face at Thursday's Kick-off Carnival for the Summer Reading Program at E.G. Fisher Public Library."
Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers has scheduled a show of support for Tennessee Day of Action as part of the Raise Your Hand reading program at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library. On June 21, the county mayor will support literacy efforts in Montgomery County by reading to a group of children. She will also talk about the importance of county literacy efforts.
On Thursday, June 21st, you can watch Casablanca for free in the large meeting room at the Hendersonville Public Library. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. The library staff provides free refreshments and discusses the movie afterwards.
Jefferson City Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, “Dream Big – Read,” will be held on Fridays starting June 8 and continuing through July 13, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Children of all ages are invited.
"The Jones family volunteerism and concern for civic issues have left a positive mark on the Johnson City community. Their efforts helped established the Johnson City Public Library as well as making a mark on beneficial initiatives for the city’s downtown."
Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers will visit the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library next week and read to children. Bowers will be at the library at 10:30 am on June 21 to increase awareness of Raise Your Hand Tennessee.
"Registration for the Chattanooga Public Library's Summer Reading Program continues through Saturday. Call 757-5314 for more information.
The Page Turners Book Club will meet at the Eastgate Library on Saturday at 11 a.m. to discuss LA Outlaws by T. Jefferson Parker. For more information, call 757-5310.
Author Raymond Evans will discuss Clark Lee, the subject of his book entitled The Life and Times of Clark Lee: Chickamauga's Black Confederate Soldier, on Saturday, June 23, at 10 a.m. at the Chattanooga Public Library. Visit www.lib.chattanooga.gov for more information.
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