Do you ever need to hire an educational, entertaining performer for a school, library, museum or community event? Our annual Performer Showcase features some of the best educational and entertaining performers and speakers for children, teens and adults.
This year for Banned Books Week, the Wichita Falls Public Library is featuring challenged books through a provocative display. Upon entering the front doors, customers are greeted by an eye-catching display window that suggests books on fire. The books represented have been wrapped in white paper with a short statement printed on the front about why the title was challenged. This display has sparked many conversations among visitors and staff alike regarding the need for protection of our Freedom to Read.
San Marcos Public Library a few activities going on for Banned Books Week. There is a photo contest, with a mugshot photo station set up, where patrons can take picture with their favorite challenged/banned book and upload it to social media for a chance to win a prize. An adult reading program, Passport to Reading, has different reading challenges each month. The challenge for this month is to read a book that has been banned or challenged. Challenged books are on display to assist patrons in selecting their book for September.
Seguin Public Library
313 West Nolte Street
Seguin, Texas 78155
Registration: 9:30 a.m.
Meeting: 10 a.m.
Guest Speaker: Christine Peterson,
Topic: Emerging Technology
Darryl Tocker and
CTLS Vendor Program
Afternoon session: 1:30-3:00 p.m.
Greet old friends and make new ones at the annual Fall CTLS Membership Meeting! Meet the candidates for board positions, hear from our State Librarian, and find out what exciting things are happening across the system. We have a special guest speaker this time. All are welcome!
Tour of the library following the meeting.
Paula Waak, currently retired, has headed the public libraries in Ponder, Saginaw, and Hutto. She was also president of the Friends of the Lake Cities Library and served on the Lake Cities Library Board (a non-profit library). She gained 16 grants for her libraries during her 10 years of grant writing experience.
Join her from 1:30-3:00 p.m. to learn about grants. Come with questions.
The 7th annual Out of this World UFO Festival & Conference took place April 13 and 14 in Edinburg, Texas. The two-day event began with the Festival on Friday, April 13 and ended with the Conference at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance, a ticketed event that took place Saturday, April 14th. Continue reading 7th annual Out of this World UFO Festival & Conference→