The public is invited to join the Lincoln Parish Library for hands-on tutorials for many useful resources featured in the online database collection to help students as they return to school.
The library staff looks forward to assisting area students as they get back in the swing of things.
At this event library employees will demonstrate how to utilize databases such as HomeworkLouisiana, Mango Languages, World Book Online Encyclopedia and many more. Door prizes will be awarded. The program will be held in the Lincoln Community Room from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 6.
Lincoln Parish voters go back to the voting booth Saturday to fill several remaining city council and aldermen seats, and help elect a district judge, U.S. congressman and senator.
Polls for the runoff election are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Still up for grabs are the Division B district judgeship, three seats on Ruston’s Board of Aldermen, one seat on Grambling City Council and one on the Dubach Town Council, as well as the two federal-level offices.
The Clothesline Project will be featured in the Chautauqua Gallery at the Lincoln Parish Library through Friday. It is presented by the Louisiana Tech School of Human Ecology’s Event planning class to bring focus on the problem of violence against women.
“The Clothesline Project” was originally the brain child of visual artist Rachel Cary-Harper, who created the first display of 30 shirts for a ‘Take Back the Night’ rally in Hyannis, Massachusetts, in October 1990,” Sarah Creekmore, the administrative assistant at the LPL, said.