"On May 30, 2012, Judge Timothy L. Easter issued a decision in favor of the City of Brentwood in a lawsuit filed against the City by the Williamson County Election Commission. The lawsuit arose from a disagreement between the Election Commission and the City over the use of the Brentwood Library for early voting in state and national elections."
The Children and Teen 2012 Summer Reading Programs are six-week programs and will begin June 11th. Registration for the Children’s program begins, Friday, June 1st. Teens will register on Sunday, June 3rd from 3-5p.m.
The Tennessee Obesity Taskforce (TOT to its friends) is having a screening of the HBO documentary The Weight of the Nation starting June 12 at the downtown Nashville Public Library. If you have HBO, you can watch it in the privacy of your own home.
Stories leap from traditions and experiences to become personable and memorable as the First Regional Library system presents Terrence Roberts and Elizabeth Ellis at its fifth annual Storytellers Festival Saturday at the Hernando Public Library. June 9
Celebrated Civil War speaker and historian, Tim Kent, will be at the Maury County Public Library from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, June 7, sharing his knowledge of local Civil War history and signing his latest books, “Die Like Men” and “Never Smile Again.”
"This fall, a time and date to be determined, the Walter T. and Julia Pulliam Historic Newspaper Collection will be dedicated and put on exhibit in ceremonies at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate." Photo by J. Miles Cary
On June 29, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. State Representative Barnett Rich will speak at Irving Meek Jr. Memorial Library about helping 120 more people who are losing their jobs in Adamsville, TN. Their last paychecks will be on June 29th 2012 which is the last Friday of the summer reading program. Children can come to the library and stay with their parents and grandparents. The event will take place at the library on 204 W. Main in Adamsville, Tn. 38310.
The library offers computer assistance every Tue and Thursday afternoon from 4-6 on how to look for jobs and apply for jobs on line as well as teach them anything else they are interested in. Everyone is on a different skill level with the computers & accessing online information. The library has someone available to help.
"Reelfoot State Park will bring its “birds of prey” program to the Humboldt Public Library at 11 a.m. today in the children’s room. See an owl, eagle and a hawk up close, make a fun owl craft and have refreshments. Children from birth through sixth grade are invited to attend."
The Jackson Madison County Library will hold its annual book sale at the library downtown June 8th, 9th and 10th. The hours will be 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
"Ledford became interested in amateur radio while he was still in high school after seeing another ham’s equipment and “I just wanted to get in on it,” he said in a recent interview. “Plus, I’d stopped at the library and checked out a book on amateur radio. I read that and that got me interested.”"
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