Banned Books Week Activities at KVML and Other Indiana Organizations from September 24 through October 1
The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library is thrilled to be participating in the national Banned Books Week event from September 24 through October 1. We have some great activities planned. Our calendar of activities and events is available in two formats (see below). Also, we will be blogging every day about Banned Books Week issues as well as Vonnegut-related book bannings. If you’ve been thinking about subscribing to our blog via e-mail or RSS, now would be a great time to do it, so you don’t miss out on any of our content. (Options to subscribe can be found on the right side of this page.)
The KVML activity calendar is rather long. Rather than turn it into an unwieldy blog post, there are two ways to access it. For a summary of events, go to the recent post, “Vonnegut Library Banned Book Week Events including Sarah Ockler Visit.” The post has been updated to include a new event in Missouri in addition to our other events in Indiana and Maryland!
For a PDF version of the KVML Banned Books Week activities calendar, click here.
As a community service, KVML is excited to make available a calendar of Banned Books Week events that features KVML Banned Books Week events as well as those of other central Indiana organizations. This calendar features events from
- Association of Library and Information Science Students (ALISS),Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
- Brownsburg Public Library
- Indiana State Library
- Irwin Library, Butler University
- Morgan County Public Library
- University Library of Columbus
For a PDF version of the Central Indiana Banned Books Week activities calendar, click here.
We hope that you will celebrate Banned Books Week by making time in your schedule to participate in at least one of the many worthwhile events on these calendars. Even if you cannot attend the events, you can take a stand against censorship by sharing this post with anyone who cares about the freedom to read.