July August 2014 Brentwood Library Newsletter
The Brentwood Library 8109 Concord Road, Brentwood, TN 37027 615-371-0090 www.brentwood-tn.org/library
Volume 18, Issue 4
Brigid Day, Editor
Inside this issue:
Meet Professor Hoot!
A DULT P ROGRAMS & E VENTS
Professor Hoot would like to share in your summer adventures. Check him out at the Children’s desk. Take his picture on vacation or a favorite location and we can share our experiences on the library blog. Be sure to bring him back to the library so he can tell everyone how much fun you had together. Email your picture to email@example.com. Please include the city, state, or country that you and
V OLUNTEER C ORNER AND K NAPSACK
E LEMENTARY P ROGRAMS
Professor Hoot visit. Check out some of the places he has already been:
T EEN P ROGRAMS
To see more of Professor Hoot’s adventures check out the library blog at
F RIENDS N EWS
YOUR LIBRARY BOARD Chairman, Gilbert Bosse, Jr.
Far left: Signing with Elvis in Tupelo, MS. Above center: At the Memphis Brooks Museum in front of a Winslow Homer painting. Left: American Museum of Natural History in New York City
Vice Chair, Dottie Grief Treasurer, Chuck Scott Jim Burgin Pat Buzzell Mayor Betsy Crossley Laura McClendon Buffalo River Library Representatives Jerry Bull Paul Webb
Southern Festival of Books Kickoff Celebration
The Brentwood Library is thrilled to host the kickoff party and lineup reveal of the 26th annual Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Word on Saturday, July 12th from 6-8pm. The reception will include announcement of confirmed authors, door prizes, and refreshments. Please let Humanities Tennessee know if you plan to attend by completing the RSVP: humantiestennessee.givezooks.com/events/southern-festival-of- books-reveal-event.
Regional Director Marion Bryant
Library Director Susan R. Earl
This bi-monthly publication is a guide to news, services, and programs at The Brentwood Library.
The Festival, one of the oldest and largest book festivals in the nation, wel- comes more than 200 authors and 25,000 visitors to Downtown Nashville each year. The Festival will be held October 10-12 this year and is a free event.
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