Cofrin Library Finals Week 2011
The Cofrin Library is offering the following stress-busting activities
to get you through finals week:
Packerland Kennel Club Therapy Dogs
Thursday December 15th, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM, 4th floor Cofrin Library
Before finals get too ruff, take a break from studying and have fun with one of our doggie “therapists.” All furry friends are specially trained to interact with the public and will be accompanied by a human handler.
Bead Crafts & Friendship Bracelets
Friday December 16th, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, 4th floor Cofrin Library
Grab a friend and head to the library’s 4th floor craft table. Our craftiest librarian will be on hand to help you make a beaded bookmark or bracelet. No prior crafting experience needed.
Monday December 19th, 11:00 AM, 3:00PM, and 6:00PM, 3rd floor Cofrin Library
Need a stress reliever? Don’t rip your hair out. Rip out book pages instead! Shhh…we won’t tell. Stop by Cofrin Library 3rd floor on Monday December 19th, you’ll get one minute to go crazy. See how many pages you can rip out! Note: No actual library books will be harmed.
Thursday December 15th to Wednesday December 21st, 3rd floor Cofrin Library
Geometric coloring pages will be available all week- grab a coloring sheet and a pack of crayons. Art can be taken home to hang on the refrigerator or posted on the ‘wall of relaxation’ on the 3rd floor of the library.
It’s all treats and no tricks at the Cofrin Library the week of October 31. The Library will be holding a Book Salespalooza from Monday (Oct. 31) to Sunday (Nov. 6).
We are cleaning out the back room and offering everyone a great selection of new and used books. There will be paperbacks, non-fiction, children’s books, textbooks, and much more… and the best part is everything is only $1 per book.
Sale carts will be located on the Plaza Level of the Cofrin Library. “Shop early and often for the best selection! Even if you can’t make it until half-way through, you’re bound to find a gem!” For more information, contact Leah Liebergen at email@example.com.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by today and voted for their favorite pumpkin. Our library staff & student workers have some mad carving skills!
Here are the winners:
Best in Show: Owl by Melissa Platkowski, Electronic Resources Librarian
Scariest: Pumpkin Eats Baby by Joe Hardenbrook, Instruction/Reference Librarian
Cutest: A Smile Only a Parent Can Love by Sydney S., library student worker
Ugliest: Creeptacular Jack by Stephanie S., library student worker
Best Traditional/Hand Carved: Cap Askew by Anne Kasuboski, Distance Education & Reference Librarian
For the full set of pumpkin pics, check out our Flickr gallery.
Stop by Cofrin Library on Thursday, September 15 for our annual welcome back party! Free food, games, and prizes!
Bash in the Stacks
Thursday, September 15
Nerf tag in the library? Absolutely! We’ve even expanded it to two floors this year to meet demand. Feeling pretty? Stop by the photo booth with your friends and everyone gets a photo strip to take home. Do you enjoy performing ridiculous tasks in a short amount of time in front of an audience? Then “Phinish in a Phlash” is for you. There will be plenty of games and prizes for everyone! Free pizza and soda!
For more info: Check out our Facebook event page or view last year’s video highlights.
Thursday April 14th
7PM to 8PM
Rose Hall 250
University of Wisconsin- Green Bay
Speaker Michael Edmonds
Deputy Director of Library & Archives
Wisconsin Historical Society
Free and open to the public.
In his talk, The Truth About the Civil War, Michael Edmonds will unveil an amazing new digital collection and discuss how everyone from genealogists to re-enactors; from students and teachers to scholars can enjoy it. The Wisconsin Historical Society launched an ambitious project to make original materials about the Civil War available in a free, searchable electronic format. This new collection, Wisconsin in the Civil War, contains thousands of photographs, diaries, memoirs, letters, battle maps, and eyewitness accounts created by Wisconsin soldiers.
Edmonds will also share insights gained from his experience of working eighteen months with firsthand evidence, starting with the basic question, “Why should anyone care about the Civil War 150 years later?”
Sponsored by the Cofrin Library as part of the 2011 National Library Week festivities
For additional information contact the Archives at (920)465-2539 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Parking/ driving directions to UW- Green Bay: http://www.uwgb.edu/maps/