3D Printing Demonstration

Livingston Parish Library is proud to be the first public library in the state to add 3D printing to its advanced technology services. The MakerBot Replicator II, a state of the art 3D printer, makes its debut on Saturday, October 19 at the Main Branch of the Livingston Parish Library with a reception and demonstration. Library patrons will be able to sign up to have a preset or original design printed the following week. Known as the next wave of printing technology, 3D printers allow a user … [Read more...]

How Money Works

Do you need help planning your financial future? The Watson Branch offers How Money Works, a series of two courses sponsored by Primerica designed to guide you through financial basics. There are no technology requirements or prerequisites for either class. Come to both or choose the course that is most relevant to you. In the first Financial Basics workshop on Tuesday, October 8 at 6:00 p.m., discover the relationship between time, savings, and debt. You will also learn basic budgeting … [Read more...]

Southern Literature Lecture

Join us for a Southern Literature Lecture with professors from Southeastern Louisiana University. Lecture topics will include the works of William Faulkner, Robert Penn Warren, Alice Walker, and Kate Chopin. All are southern authors whose works have been frequently challenged by censorship. Attendees will be entered to win a drawing for a Banned Books Week Prize Pack. For more information, please call the Denham Springs-Walker Branch at (225) 665-8118. Livingston Parish Library Banned … [Read more...]

Southern Style Cafe

Livingston Parish Library invites you to sign up to read a small portion from your favorite banned book, or just listen to others read and enjoy some live country songs at our Southern Style Cafe. Livingston Parish Library Banned Books Week events focus on southern books, emphasizing our local literary heritage. We encourage all of our patrons to exercise their right to read without censorship. Livingston Parish Library Banned Books Week events are supported by a $1,000 grant from the … [Read more...]