Celeste Choate will welcome students admitted to iSchool at Illinois and Anke Voss will participate in the job fair.
Kathy Wicks will be part of a speaker panel that will present Let's Have a Ball: Fairy Tale Events for the Whole Community.
Award-winning author, dancer, and storyteller Patricia Hruby Powell will be reading from and signing her recently-released documentary novel Loving vs. Virginia. The novel recounts the powerful love story of Richard and Mildred Loving, the interracial couple whose civil rights victory made history. As part of her program, Patricia will show clips from Nancy Buirski's acclaimed documentary, The Loving Story. (Courtesy Icarus Films)
*Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event, courtesy of Jane Addams Book Shop.
Poetry is a vibrant art when read aloud. The CU Poetry Group meets weekly to share poems and exchange honest feedback to make the poems better with an eye toward publication and public performance. The group says, "Our public readings are where our poems come to life with an audience in a casual and informal setting. We believe in building community one poem at a time."
Art and science both originate from the same human desire to understand the world within and around us. In the recently released book The Art of Yellowstone Science, photographic art at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park is melded with cutting-edge natural sciences to search for common laws of nature. The story combines the power of observation and a willingness to embrace the unexpected. Mammoth becomes a window on the universe, through which fundamental understandings of nature can be directly applied around the world and throughout the cosmos.
Boiler Bid Meeting
Boiler Pre-Bid Meeting
Library staff will visit the CLV Library to issue/renew library cards, sign residents up for the courtesy delivery, place holds or interlibrary loans, help with downloadable materials, and other Library services.