On the evening of February 22, 2007, Diana McQuay, Assistant Community Outreach Director of Western Kentucky University Libraries, led the One Book discussion at the Bowling Green Public Library. A photo album of the event is available.
This is the fourth One Book event sponsored by the Southern Kentucky Book Fest partners. The book selected for reading is The Memory Keeperâ€™s Daughter by Kentucky author Kim Edwards.
Kim Edwards will visit Bowling Green to discuss and sign her book in March. Meet her on
March 1, 2007
Western Kentucky University’s Helm Library, Room 100 — 2:00 p.m.
Bowling Green Public Library — 6:00 p.m.
March 2, 2007
Barnes and Noble at 10:00 a.m.
Join us at noon tomorrow @ Java City for the sounds of Singer/Songwriter Jason Eller.
To hear some of Jason’s music visit www.jasoneller.com or www.myspace.com/jasoneller.
This event is sponsored by University Libraries and is part of the annual Noontime Concert Series @ Java City. See a list of our upcoming events at www.wku.edu/library
WKU Libraries’ â€œFar Away Placesâ€ international lecture series program presented Antarctica with Dr. Michael Trapasso on February 15 at Barnes & Noble.
Photo Album | Audio | Podcast
Soul/Hip Hop Artist Lauren Cunningham & NoizeJoi performed at noon in the Helm Library Java City. Sponsored by University Libraries, this concert is part of the annual Noontime Concert Series @ Java City. See a list of our upcoming events at http://www.wku.edu/library/events/Helm_JavaCity/
Here’s an photo album of the event.
Hear Lauren’s music at http://www.myspace.com/laurencsunnydays
Those on campus and in the Bowling Green/Warren County community who want to show their artistic talent at the “US Bank Celebration of of Arts” to take place from March 4 through April 8 can enter the exhibition by printing out this form, fill it in and mail to:
Kentucky Library and Museum
1906 College Heights Blvd. #11092
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Details of the event is available on this PDF document.
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The Macy’s Use Book Sale has been a great success thanks to the volunteers’ hard work and the patron’s generous support. Here’s a photo album of the event.
Proceeds made from the book sale will be used to help fund the Southern Kentucky Book Fest, which will take place April 20 and 21, 2007 at Sloan Convention Center, Bowling Green, Kentucky. You are welcome to the two-day event.
Kentucky Live! program organized by the WKU Libraries presented “Historic Kentucky” by Photographer James Archambeault at Barnes & Noble on February 8.
If you happened to miss the event, you can view a photo album of the event. You can also listen to the recording of the lecture or subscribe to this Podcast to listen to it on the go.
For more than 20 years, Archambeault has worked as an independent photographer specializing in nature and landscape. His work has appeared in many national publications including Architectural Digest, National Geographic and Time-Life Books, to name a few, and has been exhibited in most of the premier art shows. Learn more at http://www.jamesarchambeault.com/.
Black History Month @ your Library is a partnership project of Western Kentucky University Libraries, Barnes & Noble, Bowling Green Public Library and the Kentucky Foundation for Women. To learn more visit: www.sokybookfest.org
On Saturday, January 27, thirteen individuals learned how to adapt and change the basic nine patch block into several variations. This activity was the closing event in a series of programs offered with the Nature’s Bounty: Quilts and More exhibit.