Since 1958, the American Library Association has chosen a week in April to celebration National Library Week.
It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and librarians and to promote library use and support. All types of libraries - school, public, academic and special - participate.
This year's national theme is "Endless Possibilities @ Your Library." UST Libraries will be celebrating from April 13-17th and have come up with a variety of programs and events throughout the week. We are excited to share it all with you; check out the schedule on this page or browse this site to learn more!
Tuesday, 4/14 Storytime for All Ages – 10-11:00 am in the OSF Reference Room (by Coffee Bene)
in conjunction with the UST Child Development Center & National Week of the Young Child
Thursday, 4/16 Cadenza (women's a cappella group) – 12:00pm in the OSF Rotunda
Friday, 4/17 Katrina Vandenberg Poetry Reading - 7-8:30pm in the OSF Great Hall
in conjunction with the Sacred Arts Festival, cosponsored by the English Department