Friday, April 6, 2012

National Library Week 2012

April 8 through April 14, 2012 is National Library Week. The theme this year is: You belong @ the library! We have several displays throughout the Library that you might be interested in seeing. Our Dr. Seuss display, celebrating Theodor Seuss Geisel's birth, re-introduces some of his famous characters and includes a few surprises. Of course, we could not resist including a display on the Library, highlighting some of the many services we offer. To recognize April as National Stress Awareness Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we have exhibits on the third and fifth floors. The National Stress Awareness Month display, located at the entrance of the Library, has hand-outs to help you figure out ways to de-stress. There is also a poster board next to the display where you can share your favorite stress reducing activities with the rest of us. Polar Explorer, a sculpture by Columbia- born sculptor natson, continues to stand at the entrance of the Library, greeting out visitors as they enter. The Political Posters and Display Exhibit throughout the fourth and fifth floors reveals distinctive items from our extensive George A. Meyers Collection.

The Library has much going on throughout the year and you are a part of it. You belong @ the library!

- Virginia Williams

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