Anderson Public Library is hosting a public auction on Saturday, November 13 at 11:00 am. Preview for the sale begins at 10:00am. Please see the auction listing at:
All items must be removed the day of the auction. (Alternate arrangements can be made for libraries.) Please email the auctioneer or me if you have any questions.
Jackie Davis, Manager, Collection Management, Anderson Public Library, 111 East 12th Street, Anderson, IN 46011
Phone: 765-641-2450 ext. 235
Vigo County Public Library: several events. There is still space available for “I SPY Spooky Night” on Monday from 4-5 PM. This program is for children in grades 3-5. We will share a story, play games, and make a spooky craft. Please register by calling 232-1113 ext 2294. On Saturday, Oct. 30, from 2-4 pm bring your costumed kids to either the Main Library or West Branch for a free book!
Marshall Public Library, 612 Archer Ave., Marshall IL – 6pm – 7:30 pm, Thursday, Oct. 28: hear a Halloween story and do a simple craft. Children in Halloween costume will receive a free book. (217) 826-2535 or www.marshallillibrary.com
On Nov. 5, Carol Edwards of Greenwood, Indiana, will sign her book, “Why Jeffrey? Why Us?”, the story of her family’s life after her son was born with a brain injury. BookNation is located at 675 Wabash Ave. Edwards will be there 5:30-7:00 pm as part of Downtown Terre Haute Inc.’s First Friday events. To purchase a copy ahead of time, contact BookNation owner, Tod Nation at (812) 232-2595. Cost is $8.99. Available from Tate Publishing & Enterprises, ISBN 9781616631130
The ISU commemoration of Constitution Day continues on Tuesday, September 28. At 4:00 p.m., guest speaker, Roger Newman will present, “Civil Liberties, Surveillance, and Terrorism”, beginning at 4 p.m. in the ISU Library’s Events Area. Professor Newman teaches Journalism, the Law, and Society at the Columbia University Journalism School, and is the author, co-author or editor of several books, including Banned Films: Movies, Censors and the First Amendment (1982); The Constitution and Its Amendments(1999, 4 volumes). His book Hugo Black: A Biography (1994; sec. edition, 1997), was chosen as an “Outstanding” Rated Title for 1998 by the University Press Books Committee of the Association of American University Presses, won the Scribes Book Award and made Professor Newman a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize. He publishes regularly in journals and magazines and has appeared on NPR, PBS and even Entertainment Tonight. [Note: this event replaces the 6pm Pizza and Politics for this week; the next Pizza and Politics will be October 12, 6 p.m., Library Events area; the topic will be “Supreme-ly Important Deliberations”.]
A pretty successful day. The 2 p.m. Deliberative Dialogue generated a LOT of student comments, including definitions of privacy, and a lot of discussion about Facebook.