Hui Dui kicked off Banned Books Week by hosting a social in the LIS diner. Guests were invited to participate in the Banned Books Week photo booth, play interactive games, and enjoy delicious food and drink. Games and photo booth will be available in the LIS diner throughout the week.
Hui Dui's Shelf Reading Service Project was held on Saturday, September 24, 2016. We learned so much about access services, circulation of books in a library, and special librarian tricks to improve the longevity of library collections. Thank You to Jean Thoulog, Head of Access Services at Hamilton Library, for your patient and thorough care in explaining the nuances of shelf reading to us!
Hui Dui's first Fall 2016 Pau Hana was held on Friday, September 23, 2016 at Beer Lab HI. We are so thankful to everyone who came out to this event and had so much fun tasting the beers, sharing food, and playing board games-- Jumbling Towers, anyone?
Want to gain hands-on library experience AND get to know your LIS peers better? If you answered YES to either of those questions then Hui Dui has the answer you've been searching for!
Please join us for our Shelf Reading Service Project on Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 10 AM - 2 PM.
We will meet at 10:00 AM at the Hamilton Library Circulation Desk and first be given a lesson on shelf reading. After getting our own chance to shelf read, Hui Dui will host a lunch in the LIS Diner followed by a second opportunity to shelf read!
This is not only a fun experience but also a great way to support Hamilton Library. We hope you can join us! Please email email@example.com by September 21, 2016 if you are able to attend so we get a headcount for food.
Celebrate your freedom to read and kick-off Banned Books Week!
Banned Books Week is a national celebration of the freedom to read and hopes to raise awareness of the problem of book censorship. To kick-off the week's festivities, Hui Dui is hosting a LIS social.
Date: Sunday, September 25, 2016
Time: 2:00 PM
Place: LIS Diner
Food, drinks, and interactive games are being planned so get ready for a fun event! For more information about Banned Book Week visit BannedBooksWeek.org.
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