The Aurora Downtown Campus Library Art Exhibition Space is pleased to host a Student Ceramics Club exhibition Wednesday October 3 thru Thursday November 1, 2018. In addition, the library will be open 6 – 8:30 pm Friday October 5 in conjunction with Downtown Aurora First Fridays. Pottery throwing demonstrations, silk screening, live jazz, and refreshments will accompany the exhibition. This event is free and open to the public.
Welcome and welcome back! The Fall semester is underway–classes, tests, papers, research. Tired just thinking about it? Let the library help! We have study guides and books to help you with every class: Math, English, Science, Nursing…the list goes on and on. Don’t let yourself get behind. Let the library get you started on the right foot!
…and take a good book with you. We’ve paired some of our great Fodor’s travel guides with new and classic literature from our collection. So read it and be there!
Choose Privacy Week (May 2-8) is a new initiative by the American Library Association that invites library users into a national conversation about privacy rights in a digital age. Their vision statement declares “In the spirit of civic values that allow people to freely seek information in all formats without fear of retribution or exploitation, itâ€™s time to reclaim our right to privacy.” Check out their website for more information and what you can do to protect your digital privacy at privacyrevolution.org
April 5-11 is National Cell Phone Recycling Week. According to the EPA’s website, if Americans recycled the approximately 130 million cell phones that are disposed of annually, enough energy would be saved to power more than 24,000 homes in a year. Recycling or donating cell phones helps the environment by saving energy and keeping usable materials out of landfills. So drop off your used cell phone at the library today!