It's National Library Week. Sandy Linn with the Calloway County Public Library says it's a time to celebrate the positive transformation that libraries bring to communities all across the country. Hear her speak with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about upcoming CCPL events.
The Calloway County Public Library is kicking off the new year with a series of community reads, a collaboration with the Murray State University Department of History and a visiting children's author. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Mignon Pittman and Sandy Linn about these events and more.
Calloway County Public Library hosts holiday events such as the "Christmas With Santa" theatre production for children 3-12, the Holiday Safari Animal Tales Program and the library's Holiday Open House. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Sandy Linn about these events and recent and upcoming community read meetings.
The Calloway County Public Library hosts a series of events this month. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Sandy Linn about the upcoming Legislative Meet & Greet, the Lounging With Literacy event, a Book Binding Workshop, the Zumba Gold Series and a Heath and Molly Concert.
Community car seat safety checkup, disc golf, creepy critters, storybook theatre and a community read, Calloway County Public Library is busy this autumn. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross catches up with Sandy Linn about these upcoming events.
Calloway County Public Library's Sandy Linn stops by Sounds Good with news of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook giveaway welcoming Murray State students who come and sign up for, update or use their library card, faculty and staff. A new monthly story time for young children (2-5) and LEGO building events for kids (5-12) start in September. She also teases the community reads coming soon.
Calloway County Public Library's Sandy Linn stops by Sounds Good to speak with Kate Lochte bout this week's Colonial Kids Day Programs sponsored by members of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the upcoming soulful acoustic pop Butch Rice concert, the summer of programming and some of her thoughts on Harper Lee's new novel Go Set A Watchman, the subject of the new WKMS Book Club.