The Whittemore Library will be celebrating National Library Week on April 12-16. This year’s theme is “Communities Thrive at Your Library”. We have a number of activities and events planned for the campus community.
Have a library card – win a prize! One lucky winner each day of National Library Week will win a prize just for having a library card. Here is how to win: write your library card number on a slip, drop it into a box at the Circulation Area and the following morning, we will select a winner. Prizes are: FSC teddy bear, FSC t-shirt, FSC baseball cap, and FSC water bottle.
Monday, April 12: Displays of faculty publications and art, slideshow on the theme “Communities”.
Wednesday, April 14: LibLearn session: “Language Resources on the Web”, 2:30pm Archives Room, Instructor: Laura Wilson, Reference Librarian
Thursday, April 15: Book Group Discussion, The Heretics Daughter, 12:00pm Archives Room
Friday, April 16: Performance by Appalachian Travelers Musical Group 1:30pm Library entrance.
Curriculum Library will host a story time for the pre-school children from the Child Development lab.