Please follow the link to a slideshare presentation of the 3rd Annual Literary Cake Decorating Contest held at the Henry Whittemore Library on April 19, 2013.
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Come on into the Library and enter our Library staff matching baby picture contest.
Entries must be in prior to April 19th. Get them all right and you’ll be entered for the prize drawing to win a flash drive!
While you’re here, enjoy some of our National Library Week events, happening all week long.
Try your artistry to “draw your favorite book”
View our Faculty Staff Publications and Art and Craft exhibit (exhibit will be up the month of April)
Get a free wrapped book in our Books “under-wrap” give-away
There are many more events and activities to take part in throughout the week.
Immigrants in New England: An Old American Tradition – Photo Exhibit by Mario Quiroz
Entrepreneurship. Diversity. Talent. Hard Work. Civil Rights. Education. Family Values. World History. Creativity. Courage. Empowerment…Now that you know the words, come and discover the faces of the Commonwealth’s new members at a photo exhibition by Mario Quiroz entitled “Immigrants in New England: An Old American Tradition” about Immigrants’ Contribution to Massachusetts Passion.
Together, they are helping to maintain the Massachusetts tradition of ingenuity and progress for the benefit of all of us.
Artist Talk & Opening Reception:
September 25th, 2012
Science Café, Whittemore Library
Exhibit will be displayed in library lobby 9/25/12-10/12/12 Sponsored by FSU Committee on Diversity and Inclusion & Multicultural Affairs.
The Department of Physics and Earth Sciences and the Henry Whittemore Library presented the first installment of Science Café: The World is Ending, But Not in 2012! A talk by Professor Kristin Chon, Physics and Earth Sciences on September 21, Friday, 12:30 pm, at the Library Cafe.
What have people believed about the end of the world, from ancient times to the present? What about the recent, widespread fear that the world will end in December, 2012? Professor Chon spoke to this issue and initiated a discussion on what we know and how we know it.
Blue Wrap Group: Design Competition (Exhibit: April 13-20)
Tuesday, April 17, Opening Reception from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Whittemore Library, FSU
Students will compete in design using recycled materials known as “Blue Wrap,” a durable, sterile
protective cover made of polypropylene used to wrap surgical instruments. Designs will be evaluated
by a panel of judges on the creative use of Blue Wrap, design concept, and the design process.
The competition is open to all faculty, staff and students and is being done in collaboration with
MetroWest Hospital, Natick.
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