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The art of Todd Graves will be on display throughout the month of May at the Lucius E. and Elsie C. Burch, Jr. Library.
"A friend let me borrow an Old Nikon camera when I was working on a project for college. I had to hike to the top of Mt LeConte to photograph the lodge for a presentation. I fell in love with photography immediately. It was the day of film, developing, and manual focus. It was shortly thereafter that I thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail, a journey that took me 7 months. My old metal manual focus camera was with me the whole way. From that point forward, I would travel and shoot nature as much as I could. The Smokies were my favorite place to shoot and I spent countless weeks tramping around its hills and valleys. I was chasing sunsets. Lately, I have started to develop an interest in cultural landscapes and it's fun to try to capture a moment of time. I love to shoot pictures.” Click here for more information.
The Collierville Burch Library is now on Twitter. Follow us @ColliervilleLib!
In Paula Hawkins’ The Girl On The Train, one woman becomes embroiled in a criminal investigation when she believes she has witnessed something shady. If you are patiently waiting for this high demand title, why not try one of these psychologically suspenseful novels.
Looking for something to do this weekend? How about a day at the museum? The Collierville Library has museum passes for patrons to check out to the Dixon and the Pink Palace Museums. You can try Food Truck Friday, Dixon Garden Fair on Friday or Saturday or Garden Tours at Two on Sunday at the Dixon. The Pink Palace has a multitude of Cultural and Natural History Exhibits. This program is made possible by the Friends of the Library. Click here for more information about museum passes.