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LIBRARY CLOSED
SATURDAY
AUG. 17th
For Parking Lot Paint Maintenance


50th Anniversary Apollo 11
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Moon Landing July, 16, 1969

50th Anniversary 
Apollo 11
Moon Landing
July 16, 1969

Andrew Roderick
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Artist Dioramasist

As seen on Tennessee Crossroads
 Andy Roderick's Artistic Dioramas
 at Morrison Public Library

July Fourth 2019
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Chalk Drawing

July Fourth 2019
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Chalk Drawing

Chalk Drawing
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July Fourth 2019

July 4th at Morrison Public Library

Universe of Stories
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Star Wars

Top Reader 2019 Summer Reading
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Sofia Flores

2019 Summer Reading Top Reader
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Bonnie Davis Library Director, Darth Vader, Sofia Flores Top Reader

Top Reader Sofia
2019 Summer Reading
Universe of Stories

Summer Reading June 25, 2019
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MTSU Aerospace UAS Operations Manager

Summer Reading June 18, 2019
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Beechcraft Heritage Museum

Morrison Public Library Summer Reading
Beechcraft Heritage Museum

Summer Reading June 11, 2019
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Astronomer Sun Telescope

Summer Reading June 11, 2019
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Astronomer with Sun Telescope

Summer Reading June 11, 2019
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Space tour with Astronomer

Summer Reading June 11, 2019
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Astronomer with Sun Telescope

Morrison Public Library Summer Reading "Universe of Stories"
Featured a visit from a real Astronomer with a Sun Telescope!

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Space Art

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Space Art

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Space Art

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Space Art






2019 Summer Reading
A UNIVERSE OF STORIES

Session dates are Tuesday's in June at 10:00 AM
June 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th.

This is not a drop off program.
Children must be accompanied
by an adult parent or guardian
when attending. 

Free Program for Children
up to age 13 years old
will be held Tuesday mornings
in June at 10:00 am.


 
Morrison Public Library
931-635-2060.










Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Visitor Darth Vader

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Great Escape Comics

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Great Escape Comics

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Space Art

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Space Moon Pies

Summer Reading June 4 2019
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Space Art

Smithsonian Institution

Journey Stories Exhibition

 

From Native Americans to new American citizens, regardless of our ethnic or racial background, our nation's history is filled with stories of people leaving everything behind to reach a new life in another state, across the continent, or even across the ocean.

 

Based on the Smithsonian's traveling exhibition of the same name, Journey Stories covers centuries of American history, and includes important chapters such as Western expansion and Native American displacement, African American migration from the Deep South, and important developments in transportation technology.

 

For four centuries, movement, across short distances and far, has shaped America.  Our nation's history is a patchwork of many stories, woven over time from the voyages of people - voluntary and involuntary - who traveled to build new lives state-to-state, across the continent, and from around the world.

 

No matter the country of origin or reason for coming here, from our earliest days, Americans have been intensely mobile, and we still are.  Travel over roads, rails, rivers, and trails - even the skies - have shaped our cultural and economic landscape.  In many ways, our Journey Stories define us.

Miniatures
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Mid-Century Modern to Victorian

Miniature Memories
Mid Century Modern Dollhouse
Victorian Doll House
Log Cabin Miniature

Cedar Snag
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General Store

Cedar Snag General Store Interior
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Miniature

Victorian home with 1950's Furniture
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Tate House

Miniature Popsicle Church
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Miniature Hand made Wagon


5th Annual
Hear Tell Storytellers Fest
March 2nd, 2019 

Featuring the Story of
Dr. Mary Walker
the only female Medal of Honor recipient

The Fifth Annual Hear Tell Storytellers Fest will be held on Saturday, March 2nd, at 10:00 am, at Morrison Public Library, located at 138 West Maple Street in Morrison, Tennessee.  The Hear Tell Storytellers Fest is a free event with free admission. 

This year will feature a tribute to National Medal of Honor recipients. As March is also Women’s History Month, the Hear Tell Storytellers Fest will be the story of Dr. Mary Walker, the only woman to receive the National Medal of Honor.

Dr. Mary Walker will have her story told by a representative of the Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center in Chattanooga.



The Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center in Chattanooga is under-going an incredible transformation into a major destination - a multi-purpose Heritage Center with an expected attendance of more than 70,000 visitors annually. Construction began in January on the new 19,000 square-foot facility in the Aquarium Plaza in downtown Chattanooga.  The Heritage Center will recognize Chattanooga as the “Birthplace of the Medal of Honor” and will honor and preserve the stories of 20 Tennessee Medal of Honor recipients.  Visitors will be able to explore their dramatic stories through a series of immersive and engaging exhibits. Each experience will incorporate the innovative and curriculum-approved Medal of Honor Character Development Program that emphasizes six character traits that embody the Medal of Honor and its recipients – Patriotism, Citizenship, Courage, Sacrifice, Integrity, and Commitment.   


“The Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center is a celebration for our region. This Heritage Center not only memorializes the acts of valor demonstrated by the recipients of our highest military award but educates the next generation about the six character traits associated with their gallantry, from the First Medals forward,” said Major General Bill Raines, U.S. Army (Retired) and chairman of the Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center. “This Heritage Center will provide an educational experience that will inspire you. These Medal of Honor characteristics can apply in your life whether you are in the school yard or in the board room.”


The Heritage Center will include a large permanent gallery with interactive exhibits on Medal of Honor recipients, dedicated area for traveling exhibits, two classrooms, and an event space which will support the Veteran community. In addition, the Center will offer family programming, and special events.


 


To learn more about the Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center, please visit www.mohm.org






2019 Hear Tell Storyteller Fest
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Dr. Mary Walker

Mermaid at Morrison Public Library
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Lots of water means mermaids and water books appear

Giant Popsicle Church and Apron Tree
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Nightmare Before Christmas 25th Anniversary
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Many Mini Minnie Quilts and Ornaments
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Brenda Clark Tiny Tree
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Blackbird Tree
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Pony Tree
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Mina Redmon Wagon and Large Church
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Festive Holiday Display

Overview of Trees and Giant Popsicle Church
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Brenda Clark Tree and Quilt
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Tinkerbell Tree
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Festive Holiday Display 2018

Dollhouse Tree
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Festive Holiday Display 2018


December 2018
Festive Holiday Display





Featured:

Vintage Popsicle Stick Church
made by Mina Redmon
42 inch tall Church furnished
inside with piano, altar, hymnals,
Communion table, benches & chairs,
all built of popsicle sticks.
Took approx. 376 hours to complete
and contains 2,500 popsicle sticks.

Other items included are:
Snowman Tree
Pony Tree
Wood Tree
Feather Tree
Tip Top Pet Shop Tree
Black Bird Tree
Troll Tree
Nightmare Before Christmas Tree
Charlie Brown Christmas Tree
Tinker Bell Tree
Tiny Dollhouse Tree

Many Mini Minnie Quilted Christmas Ornaments and Miniature Quilts
by Minnie Lee Deakins

Holiday Quilt & Two Trees
by Brenda Clark

Night Before Christmas Book Display
by Shirley Driver

Aprons made by
JoAnna Williams and Taskah Melton










Beatrix Potter Books, Buttons & Bunnies
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Dollhouse for Two Bad Mice

Beatrix Potter Society Member Fran Gray
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Forest Event of Books, Buttons & Bunnies

Mrs. McGregor at Forest Event
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Books, Buttons & Bunnies

Forest Event
featuring Books, Bunnies & Buttons
was held on October 6th, 2018
Family event for grownups
included history of Beatrix Potter. 
Fran Gray of Coffee County,
a Reader with the Beatrix Potter Society,
presented a fascinating story of the beloved author
and read some of Miss Potter's tales.


FREE Event FREE Admission



Also visit the
TDOT Exhibit about the
Broadway of America.
Learn about the
Tennessee Department
of Transportation's
Centennial
A Hundred Years Of
Moving Forward Into The Future




Libraries Rock
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2018 Summer Reading Program

Book Giveaway
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June 26 Summer Reading

Summer Reading Program
Top Reader Award Winner 
Congratulations to
Joshua Graham

2018 Summer Reading
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Top Reader Joshua Graham

Summer Reading in June 2018
Congratulations to Readers:

Joshua Graham
Kasen Desmarias
Bethany Odineal
Mallory Cantrell
John Christopher Cardin
Ryan Padgett

at Morrison Public Library
138 West Maple Street
Morrison, TN

Summer Reading Program
Tuesday June 26th
Bagpipes with Piper Tom






Piper Tom
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June 26th Summer Reading

Piper Tom plays Bagpipes
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June 26 Summer Reading

Piper Tom Bagpipes
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June 26 Summer Reading

Piper Tom
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June 26 Summer Reading

Summer Reading Program
June 19th featured visit from
Songbirds Guitar Museum

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Rock Stars with Guitars

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Guitar Makers

Songbirds Guitar Museum
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June 19th Guitar Craft

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Musical Family

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Making Guitars

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Guitar Craft

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Guitar Makers

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Making Guitars

Songbirds Guitars June 19th
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Rob the Guitar Man

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Guitar Men

Songbirds Guitars June 19th
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Guitar Players

Songbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Guitar Man

Sonbirds Guitar Museum June 19th
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Guitar Players

Summer Reading Program
on June 12 featured Disney Music
played by the Trombone Man

Summer Reading June 12
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DIsney Music Its A Small World with Dolls

Summer Reading June 12
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Disney Music Day

Miss Tennessee Outstanding Teen
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Surprise Visit by a real Princess

June 12 Summer Reading
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Listening to Disney Music

Summer Reading June 12
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Disney Music

Summer Reading Program
on June 5th featured the
Silver & Gold Brass Band
with a Special Program of
Music For Children

Summer Reading June 5
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Silver & Gold Brass Band and the Titanic

Summer Reading June 5
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Silver & Gold Brass Band

June 5 Silver & Gold Brass Band
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Music for Children

Summer Reading June 5
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Looking at the Titanic

Summer Reading June 5
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Silver & Gold Brass Band Music


Special Event
World Doll Day
Celebration
Saturday June 9th, 2018
10:30 am to 12:00 noon
Special Storytime Book Reading

Attendees are invited to bring dolls
Prizes given for:
Oldest Doll,
Doll That Can Do the Most Things,
Best Dressed Doll

Special appearance by
Middle Tennessee Seamstress Mary
who specializes in Original & Custom
Handmade Doll Clothes

Register for World Doll Day "Give Away"
 




World Doll Day
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Visitors

World Doll Day
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Dollhouse

World Doll Day
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Fabric Artist Mary & Gladys

World Doll Day
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Gladys Holding Doll

World Doll Day
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Gladys and Thumbelina

World Doll Day
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Smiles

World Doll Day
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Fabric Artist

World Doll Day
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Vintage Glass Doll

World Doll Day
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Vintage Doll

World Doll Day
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Vintage Baby Doll



World Doll Day
Celebration
Saturday June 9th, 2018
10:30 am to 12:00 noon
Special Storytime Book Reading

Attendees are invited to bring one doll
Prizes will be given for:
Oldest Doll,
Doll That Can Do the Most Things,
Best Dressed Doll

Special appearance by
Middle Tennessee Seamstress Mary
who specializes in Original & Custom
Handmade Doll Clothes

Register for WDD "Give Away"

Hear Tell Southern Waters Tribute
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Ria Baker & Mayor Sue Anderson

Fourth Annual Hear Tell Storytelling Fest
held Saturday March 3, 2018

4th Annual Hear Tell Storytelling Fest
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Southern Waters Tribute with Ria Baker

Southern Waters Tribute
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Ria Baker Speaker

Southern Waters Tribute at Hear Tell Storytelling
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Jackson Kayak

TDOT Centennial  Exhibit
A Hundred Years of Moving Forward
and into the Future

TDOT Exhibit Centennial 1917 to 2017
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Hundred Years of Moving Forward

Building Bridges From Out Past To Our Future
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Calvin Sneed

TDOT A Hundred Years of Moving Forward
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and into the Future



Morrison Public Library
Fourth Annual
Hear Tell Storytellers Fest

Saturday March 3, 2018
A Southern Waters Tribute
to Caney Fork & Center Hill Lake
with Guest Speaker Ria Baker
winner of the Tennessee Press Association Humor Columnist Award and co-author of the book "Under The Lake"






 

Festive Holiday Display
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in December

Festive Needlepoint Tree
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by Brenda

Many Mini Minnie Ornaments
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Festive Holiday Display

Many Mini Minnie Quilts
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Holiday Mini Quilts by Miss Minnie

Festive Holiday Display
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Trees to inspire

 Festive Holiday Display
December, 2017

Award Winning Quilt & Cloth Books
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Little Golden Book Quilt by Peggy


Little Golden Book Quilt






Little Golden Book Bus
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Stops at Morrison Public Library

Make your own Little Golden Book
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LIttle Golden Book Bus Tour

Poky Puppy
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Little Golden Book Bus Tour

Poky Puzzle
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Little Golden Book Bus

Little Golden Book Bus Tour
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Make your own Little Golden Book

Photo with Poky
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Little Golden Book Bus

Poky Puzzle
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Little Golden Book Bus Tour

Little Golden Book Bus
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End of Day

On Monday August 28th
Morrison Public Library was proud to host the Little Golden Book Bus as they tour the USA in Celebration of 75 Years of Little Golden Books. 

Little Golden Book Bus 
is a Pop Up Bookstore and Art Show on wheels which includes a walk through exhibit of the history of Little Golden Books and other activities for kids of all ages. 

Adults visited exhibit to reminisce about a favorite Little Golden Book from childhood during this FREE literary event.


www.littlegoldenbooks.com/event





 
 


Moon Pie Ladies
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Total Eclipse August 21st

Using Pinhole Cereal Box to View Eclipse
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Total Eclipse August 21st

Visitors await Total Eclipse
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Eclipse August 21st

Eclipse Rocket
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August 21 Full Eclipse

Congratulations to Caysen
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Top Reader for Summer Reading

Many Mini Minnie Patriotic Quilts for July
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New Display by Minnie Lee Deakins

Morrison
Public
Library

Summer Reading Program 

Frank Lloyd Wright Day
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Modern houses new drawings

Director of Frank Lloyd Wright Rosenbaum House
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Summer Reading 4th Week

Director of Frank Lloyd Wright Rosenbaum House
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Summer Reading 4th Week

Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Reading Program
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Designing & Drawing Houses


Frank Lloyd Wright
Rosenbaum House
 Tuesday June 27th

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

Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Reading Program
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Drawing & Designing Houses

Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Reading Program
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New House Drawings

Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Reading Program
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Drawing houses

Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Reading Program
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New House Drawings

Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Reading Program
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New House Drawings

Frank Lloyd Wright Summer Reading Program
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New House Drawings










Swiss Colony Day Summer Reading

Swiss Colony Summer Reading 3rd Week
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Swiss Build A Better World In America

Swiss Day for Summer Reading
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Swiss at Gruetli, Tennessee

    Tuesday June 20th
Gruetli Swiss Colony
Morrison Public Library

Tiny House Design Summer Reading 2nd Week
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TinyByDesign House at Morrison Public Library

Tiny House Summer Reading Program 2nd Week
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Lowe's Apron, Hammer & Splash Goggles giveaway

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

Tiny House Design
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TinyByDesign brings a Tiny House for Summer Reading

Lane Motor Museum Micro Car
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Summer Reading 1st Week

Lane Motor Museum for Summer Reading
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Micro Car visit Highlights Automotive Design


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

Morrison Public Library
138 West Maple Street
Morrison, TN 37357

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



Cars


Quilts


Tennessee History

Folklore

Tennessee Newspapers

Tennessee Student Assistance Corp

Legal Assistance

Tennessee Electronic Library

Tax Prep Information



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