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Frank Lloyd Wright
Rosenbaum House
 Tuesday June 27th

*READING LOG WILL BE DUE TODAY
IF YOU ARE DOING READING COMPETITION 

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Swiss Colony Day Summer Reading

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    Tuesday June 20th
Gruetli Swiss Colony
Morrison Public Library

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SPECIAL DAY
Tuesday June 13th
A TINY HOUSE VISITS
MORRISON PUBLIC
LIBRARY 
Summer Reading Group & General Public 
Viewed and Visited inside A Tiny House

Featured Storybook was "Big Adventures Of Tiny House"
Attendees take home Work Apron, Goggle & Hammer from Lowe's

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Summer Reading
Tuesday June 6th
LANE MOTOR MUSEUM
MICROCAR VISITS
 MORRISON PUBLIC LIBRARY 
For Summer Reading Theme Design "Build A Better World"
Attendees Receive Yellow Backpacks from Lane Motor Museum 
 





Morrison Public Library 138 West Maple Street Morrison, TN 37357

Tartan Day
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Piper Tom Fittis


Loyce MacGregor
and Piper Tom Fittis
celebrate Scottish Heritage
April 6th, Tartan Day, at Morrison Public LIbrary.



Tartan Day
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Clan MacGregor

Piping on the Green at Celtic Cup
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Piper Tom Fittis

Easter Egg Tree
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Beatrix Potter Rabbits

Save the Date
Summer Reading
Program
Morrison Public Library - 138 West Maple St.
June 6th - 13th - 20th - 27th
at 10:00am
for ages 13 and under

Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers Tribute
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with R. Fred Goodwin

R. Fred Goodwin with Roy Rogers
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3rd Annual Hear Tell Storytellers Fest

R. Fred Goodwin
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Roy Rogers & the Sons of the Pioneers Tribute


 

3rd Annual Hear Tell Storytellers Fest
Held Saturday, March 4th
A Roy Rogers &
The Sons of the Pioneers
Tribute by Fred Goodwin
Western wear was suggested:
Cowboy Hat
Cowboy Boots
Cowboy Shirt
Western Belt Buckles

Visitors brought old photos

showing their first cowboy outfits!








Visitors in Western Wear
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at Roy Rogers & the Sons of the Pioneers Tribute

Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Fans
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With their Vintage Matching Cowgirl Outfits

Young Cowboys
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Roy Rogers & Sons of the Pioneer Tribute

Visitors to R. Fred Goodwin Tribute to
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Roy Rogers & the Sons of the Pioneers

F. Fred Goodwin
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Roy Rogers Fan with Young Cowboy Photo

Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit
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Winner of AfterShock Comics Dreaming Eagles

Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit
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Winner of AfterShock Comics Dreaming Eagles

Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit
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Winner of AfterShock Comics Dreaming Eagles

Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit
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Winner of Two Passes to U.S. Space & Rocket Center

Find your best place ever!  Do not cheat. Do your math, then compare the results on the list below.  You will be amazed at how true and accurate this test is:

 

Pick a number from 1 to 9.

 

Multiply that number by 3.

 

Add 3.

 

Multiply by 3 again.

 

Your total will be a two-digit number.  Add the first and second digits together to find your favorite place to spend time in the list of 17 places below:

 

 

1. Kitchen

2. Garage

3. Baseball Stadium

4. Horse Show

5. Basketball Game

6. Backyard

7. Crafts Store

8. Auto Show

9. Public Library

10. Football Stadium

11. Cat Show

12. Restaurant

13. Front porch

14. Movie Theater

15. Dog Show

16. Airport

17. Soccer Game

Beyond Rosie Touring Exhibit
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Opening Day

Beyond Rosie Women In World War II
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Kennesaw State University Museum of History & Holocaust Education

 
Images from touring exhibit
"Beyond Rosie:
Women In World War II"

 



Silver & Gold Brass Band Performs at Opening of
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Beyond Rosie Women In World War II

Opening Day of new touring exhibit
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Beyond Rosie Women In World War II

Vintage Halloween Exhibit thru Oct 31st
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Have a safe and Happy Halloween

County Fair
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Time in Tennessee



Terri Lee Dolls Visited
Morrison Public Library. 
Karen Hargrove, the owner of vintage Terri Lee dolls, hand sews clothes patterned after the original Terri Lee designs.





Doll House Museum
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Terri Lee Doll

Karen Hargrove talks
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about history of Terri Lee dolls

Doll House Museum Visitors
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from Cookeville enjoy Karen Hargrove's Terri Lee talk.

Hoofbeats in the Heartland Civil War Cavalry
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Animals the Unsung Heroes

"Hoofbeats In The Heartland "


Exhibition "Hoofbeats in the Heartland" explores the development and impact of mounted warfare in Tennessee during the Civil War.  It is based upon photographs, drawings and art from the Tennessee State Museum's collection. 

Created to generate awareness, disseminate knowledge, and to provide an educational opportunity to the citizens of Tennessee, the exhibit explores several themes:  Leaders and Troops, Occupations and the home front, Horses and Mules, Spies/Scouts/Partisans and Guerillas, Battles in Tennessee and Legacy.

The mobility of mounted warfare meant that every county of the state of Tennessee felt the impact of Union and Confederate cavalry blasting across the state as part of either a raiding party, occupation force or guerilla band.  The homefront, usually remote from the battlefield, often became the frontline of the battlefield.

Morrison Public Library
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Research

Morrison Public Library
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Childrens Books

MBS Touring Exhibit
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Miniture Book Society

Hear Tell Storytelling Fest
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Author Dr. Michael D. Doubler Great Grandson of Uncle Dave Macon

Hear Tell Storytelling Fest
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Uncle Dave Macon Driving Tour

Uncle Dave Macon Theme of Hear Tell Storytelling
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Dr. Sam Young Musican

Uncle Dave Macon stories and music theme
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Hear Tell Storytelling Fest



Morrison Public Library
931-635-2060

          Regular Library Hours are:

       MONDAY - 1:00 pm til 5:00 pm
      TUESDAY - 1:00pm til 5:00 pm
WEDNESDAY - 1:00pm til 5:00 pm
   THURSDAY - 1:00pm til 5:00 pm
          FRIDAY - 1:00pm til 5:00 pm


Overdue books turned in on
the Third Saturday each month
(10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
 will not be charged a late fine.

LIBRARY DIRECTOR:  BONNIE DAVIS
Volunteers:  Shirley Driver / Gladys Jacobs



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Morrison Library, 138 W. Maple St., Morrison, TN  37357
Phone 931-635-2060
OPEN Monday thru Friday 1pm til 5pm
OPEN the first and third Saturday of the month 10am til 2pm