National Library Week was established in 1958 by the American Library Association and is celebrated each April by all types of libraries: school, public, academic and special. It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and librarians, and to promote library use and support.
National Library Week 2010 is celebrated with the theme "Communities thrive @ your library."
Please join us April 12 - 16, 2010 for a week of festivities.
Daily Prize drawings
Monday - Friday
Visit the circulation desk of the University Library daily to enter your name for prizes such as jump drives and food court gift certificates.
Food for Fines Drive
Monday - Friday
Do you have fines at the University Library? You can get them forgiven with a donation of canned food! The library will forgive $1.00 in fines for every canned food item brought to the circulation desk, up to $10.00 per library card. Canned food will be donated to the Brother Bryan mission. Does not apply to books placed in the book drop, lost books that have been billed, or processing fees.
Meet 'n' Greet
In celebration of National Library Worker Day, join us at 10am for a meet 'n' greet and enjoy coffee and cookies.
Poetry Open Mic
April is National Poetry month. Weather permitting, poets and poetry-lovers will meet on the front steps of the library at 10am for reading and open mic time. Open mic signup begins at 9:30am.
Final Prize Drawing
A final drawing for one $40.00 Amazon gift certificate will be today, so be sure you've signed up at the circulation desk.