National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April.
It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and librarians and to promote library use.
You want weapons? We're in a library. Books are the best weapon in the world.
Here are this year's Library Week Highlights:
NLW Preview - Wednesday, April 9th
Storytime at the Library
10-11:00 am - O'Shaughnessy Room, OSF Library
Celebrate National Week of the Young Child and Preview NLW events with children from the UST Child Development Center
Tuesday, April 15th
Ireland Library "Academiclete" Games
4-5:00 pm - Ireland Library
Wednesday, April 16th
Daniel Volovets Concert
6:30 pm - OSF Library, Great Hall second floor
Thursday, April 17th
Tom Hennen Poetry Reading
12-1:00pm - OSF Library, Great Hall second floor
Test your knowledge every day!
OSF Booksale Noon-6pm, OSF Leather Room 4/14-17 and 4/19
Theology Used Booksale & Silent Auction
8am Monday, April 14 until noon Thursday, April 17
Donate food to reduce your library fines!
Tommies on the Loose Scavenger Hunt
Take selfies with cards you find with this image Tommie hiding around all of the UST Libraries this week to win prizes!