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Tuesday, 16 October 2012
Come and Join Us for Ghostly Fun and Stories!
On October 18th, local storyteller Daniel Bishop will be presenting in the Logan Library's Jim Bridger Room.
There will be spooky fun for the whole family at the 2 p.m. session:
And a scarier session for Adults and Teens (intended for those 12 and up) at 7 p.m.:
Posted By Logan Library at 9:04 AM
Monday, 8 October 2012
Logan Library Logo Contest
Your Logan Library needs a new logo, and as a non-profit, community focused and patron based service, we would like your help to design it!
Our logo contest is underway but there is still plenty of time to submit your design. All entries must be submitted by midnight on November 15, 2012. Check out our Logo Contest Page for more information and be sure to read the Contest Rules. All entries should be submitted here.
We are excited to see your design - good luck!
Posted By Logan Library at 10:06 AM
Monday, 1 October 2012
Banned Books Week 2012
September 30 to October 6 is Banned Books Week!
Banned Books week is an annual event that celebrates freedom to read or the freedom to express your opinion even if that opinion might be considered unorthodox or unpopular. Banned Books Week focuses on intellectual freedom and your rights to read, seek information, and speak freely as guaranteed by the First Amendment. To see a list of books that others have attempted to ban, view The American Library Association's (ALA) list of Frequently Challenged Books. While you are on the ALA website, take a look at their list of Banned and Challenged Classics. Chances are that you will find a couple of your favorites on that list.
Posted By Logan Library at 9:46 AM
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