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Date:
August 14, 2017
Time:
All Day
Location:
Throughout the Library
Address:
508 N. Cusick Street
Maryville, TN 37804
Contact:
865-273-1408

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August Exhibits

Monday, August 14, 2017


EXHIBITS & COLLECTIONS:    

August 1 to 31:

  • “Solar Eclipse: Scaled Sun, Moon & Earth” Exhibit, by Ron Halter, will be in one mid-gallery display cases across from the Bookmark Café in the Main Gallery.
  • “Confederate Civil War Submarine: Working Scale Model” Exhibit, by Lee Reynolds, will be on the Magazine Counter in the Main Gallery.
  • “English Medieval Land Transfer Document” Exhibit, by Thomas Daves, will be in one vertical display case in the nook of the wall at the end of the Circulation Check-In Desk of Main Gallery.
  • “Blount County Arts and Crafts Guild Member Art” Exhibit coordinated by Lyda Plemons, will be on the Art Wall at the Bookmark Café, on two easels in the sitting area of the Main Gallery, and in one mid-gallery display case near the magazine shelves in the Main Gallery.
  •  “YES! Studio Art” Exhibit, coordinated by Cindy McDannel, on the Art Panels at the Reading Rotunda end of the Main Gallery and one vertical case near Audio Visual (AV) area.
  • “Hot Summer Nights” Exhibit, by Jane Smith, will be located in one square pedestal display case near the Audio Visual (AV) area in the Main Gallery.
  • “Southern Mountain English” Exhibit, by Linda Marcus, will be in the Genealogy display case at Temporary Books Shelves.
  • “Teen Video Game Trivia” Exhibit by Clay Kriese in one square pedestal display case in the Entry Rotunda.
  •  “Eclipse Across American 2017 Display” located in the Reference Department.
  •  “Action Packed: Ideas & Décor” Exhibit, by Abigail Beemer, will be in the Main Gallery between the two Circulation Desks.