Did you know that gaming can be a great way to socialize, improve multi-tasking skills, enhance memory, and learn new things? West Library joins thousands in celebrating the popularity and power of games and play! International Games Day is from noon - 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6 on the first floor of West Library.
Join us at the library for an afternoon of fun and games! Tabletop games of all kinds will be featured. Do you have a game that you never have enough people to play with? Bring it with you! Sit down, have a snack, and join in some hilarity!
On October 25th, from 11:30-1:30 ,The Eunice and James L. West Library will celebrate its 30th birthday. The celebration, which marks the 30th anniversary of the library’s formal opening and Dedication on October 21, 1988, will take place on the 1st floor of the library just inside the front doors. Cake will be served, while supplies last!
The Eunice and James L. West Library is named in honor of the late Eunice and James L. West of Fort Worth. It is only the second building constructed by Texas Wesleyan specifically for library services.
Join us for a Mitchell-Reed Community of Learners lecture at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. Sara Ellis Cardona will have a question and answer session about her exhibit Southern Gothic.
Library Snap Shot Day will be Monday, Sept. 24. Snap Shot Day is an annual event celebrated by libraries across the country. Statistics are taken throughout the day of library activities to form a 'Snap Shot' of a typical day in the West Library. Whether you check out a book, use a computer, ask a reference question or just walk through the door, you will be counted.
Marjorie Herrera Lewis will discuss and sign her new novel, When the Men Were Gone, at 12 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4 in Baker Building. Light refreshments will be served. Books will be on hand to purchase.
The West Library will sponsor TxWes Reads One Book again this year. This year’s book is The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. The purpose of the one-book program is to bring the Texas Wesleyan community together and to encourage students, staff and faculty to join together to read and discuss the same book.