Bring non-perishable food items to the Nielsen Library from November 23 – December 20 and get rid of all those pesky overdue charges! Each non-perishable food item is good for waiving $5 in late fees and there is no limit. All food will be donated to the Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley.
THIS PROGRAM DOES NOT APPLY TO REPLACEMENT CHARGES FOR LOST ITEMS.
The Nielsen Library will close at 5pm on Wednesday, November 26 and will remain closed on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Normal hours will resume on Sunday, November 30.
The Nielsen Library will be open regular hours, 8am – 11pm, on Veteran’s Day tomorrow.
Come to the Nielsen Library this Friday, November 7 at 5pm for the ASU Alumni Literature Showcase.
Frankie Colton ‘79, CEO of Alacrity House Publishing LLC, will speak with her husband, Dr. Terry Colton, about the challenges of running a small publishing house in the San Luis Valley.
Phil Ray Jack ‘88, adjunct ASU English instructor and Valley Courier columnist, will speak on his books The Spirit of the Horse and Other Works, Soar High.
Ruth Koenig ‘92, will speak about her book, Sunflower and Tequila, a work of fiction about the rodeo.
Refreshments will be served.