Knox County Public Library and the East Tennessee Historical Society are pleased to present a new feature exhibition entitled Lights! Camera! East Tennessee! on November 19 at the Museum of East Tennessee History (601 S.
We are transitioning to a new library management system from November 11-15*, 2022. Patrons should not notice much of a difference once the system is in place; however, there are a few things to note:
We don't know about the literary heritage of other cities, but Knoxville seems to have an abundance of literary giants. Maybe it’s the deep shadows of Appalachia or the roaming rivers that inspire novelists and journalists alike.
In the category of it's never too late, we received an interesting package in the mail this month.
Over 200 students from West View Elementary School made the trek to their neighborhood park to help cut the ribbon on the Library's inaugural Storybook Trail on Friday, Sept. 16.
When Pastor John Unthank took the podium, the luncheon crowd was on their feet giving him a rousing ovation. On Thursday, September 15, the Advisory Board for Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Knox County honored Pastor John at Cherokee Country Club for his work in children's literacy.
An ongoing project at the Calvin M. McClung Collection recently led to the discovery of the Knoxville News Sentinel’s Appalachian Exposition supplements.
In memory of Dr. Charles H. "Charlie" Faulkner, October 16, 1937–July 21, 2022
Knox County Public Library and its subsidiaries (i.e, East Tennessee History Center, Dolly Parton's Imagination of Knox County) are seeking an intern to help analyze best practices for program and service promotion with a focus on appropriate platforms and subject-level account creation, search e
In 1792, the federal government’s western lands that eventually became Tennessee, especially the area around and beyond Knoxville, sat on the far edge of the frontier.