Library Roundup: Big Bang Theory Marathon, Summer Reading & More!

Here’s what’s happening in your local libraries:

Memorial Day Closings:

The Fairview, Bethesda and Leiper’s Fork branch will be closed Saturday, May 24th.
The Main Library, College Grove, Nolensville and Brentwood Libraries will be closed on Monday, May 26th.

At the Main Library
1314 Columbia Ave

Summer Reading Program Kick-off
Thurs, May 29th
2:30p, 4p and 6p
Join the summer reading program kick-off with Bob Tarter from the Natural History Education Co. He will present ‘The Animals Appetites Show,’ where folks can learn about the wildlife food chain!

Big Bang (TV show)
Sat, May 31
1p-4p
On Saturday, May 31st, the Main Library will show as much of the first season of the comedy sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” from 1p-4p.

At the Leiper’s Fork Branch
5333 Old Highway 96

Wild Animal Show
Tues, May 27th
1pm
Natural History Education Company will present their Wild Animal Show.

At the Nolensville Branch
915 Oldham Drive

Summer Reading Program Tuesday Performer
Tues, May 27th
10:30a
The Nolensville summer reading program begins the 27th with a special performance by the Sandbank Shadow Puppet Theater. Each Tuesday morning at 10:30a (through June 24th), a special performer will be at the Nolensville branch.

At the Fairview Branch
2240 Fairview Blvd

Avid Readers Book Club
Wed, May 28th
1pm
Get a jump start on your summer reading list with the Avid Readers Book Club. Participants are welcome to join this book club on the 4th Wednesday of every month.

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