3rd Annual LC500 Salem Road Rally/Scavenger Hunt

You are hereby invited to take part in The Library Club’s 3rd Annual LC500, a road rally and scavenger hunt in historic Salem, MA. This year’s event will involve solving a series of clues that will lead teams through the streets of one of New England’s most charming and seasonally festive cities. Winners will be awarded a grand prize, compliments of The Library Club. Form a team of your own or allow the club to pair you with other groups or individuals looking for additional members. If last year’s hunt is any indication, this will be a very fun and memorable experience for all.

This year the club will be putting together a more challenging packet of clues for our participants. For this reason, we will need to know how many teams will require the tools necessary to solve our challenging puzzles. The size of each group will also determine the size of the grand prize, so please RSVP as soon as possible to help us put together the best event possible.

October 11th Coming Out Day

The Library Club: Faces of Liberty

The Faces of Liberty exhibition leaves this Friday so check it out in the North Reading Room of the Melville Library before it is gone.

 Harpreet Singh (our finance minister)

‘“Faces of Liberty” is a traveling photo-journal exhibition focusing on the Bill of Rights, civil liberties, and New Yorkers. An educational project of the New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation and its Nassau Chapter, the exhibit documents with black and white photographs the stories of twenty-two people who have stood up for their beliefs often in the face of great diversity with the assistance of the New York Civil Liberties Union.’

Library Event

Spring 2006

Exhibition: “Faces of Liberty”
Date:
February 1 – February 24, 2006
Location:
North Reading Room, First Floor, Main Library

“Faces of Liberty” is a traveling photo-journal exhibition focusing on the Bill of Rights, civil liberties, and New Yorkers. An educational project of the New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation and its Nassau Chapter, the exhibit documents with black and white photographs the stories of twenty-two people who have stood up for their beliefs often in the face of great diversity with the assistance of the New York Civil Liberties Union.

Sponsored by the University Libraries and the New York Civil Liberties Union