This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of the first newspaper written in Estonian and edited by an Estonian – “Marahva Näddala-Leht”. In honour of the significant event in the history of journalism, this year's national Library Days are also dedicated to journalism. Library Days take place on 20 - 30 October.
20 – 30 October
An Exhibition “Librarian on a Timeline” at the 2nd floor entrance area of the library. The exhibition takes us through the history, where the milestones represent the most important or interesting historical events that made their way to newspapers at the time of the graduation of each librarian. The criterion for selecting the events was the availability of information in the digital archive DIGAR and ISE database of Estonian articles.
26 – 28 October
An escape room “Editorial board of the Nõukogude Naine magazine” is open for everyone on the library’s 2nd floor. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
15 – 30 October
On the library’s 2nd floor you can find a display of books dedicated to the Mental Health Month and borrow a book you find interesting right away. Let’s support each other!
1 – 31 October
Hanna Laaseberg’s art exhibition „Vector graphics is wonderful” on the 2nd floor of the library. The exhibition has a selection of images drawn in vector graphics. Vector graphics is a type of computer graphics that defines images in terms of points, which are connected by lines and curves to form shapes. Hanna's work is characterized by pure form and clear lines inherent in vector graphics.
1 October – 30 November
There is an exhibition „Nikolai von Glehn 180. Glehn Castle 135“ in the library’s glass gallery. The exhibition focuses on the colorful history of Glehn Castle and its connection with the Glehn family.
20 and 27 October
In room LIB-217 from 15.00 to 16.00 there will be a training “Kuidas leida kirjandust ja viidata”. Registration is not required; the training is in Estonian.
In room LIB-217 from 15.00 to 16.30 there will be a training “Viidete haldur Zotero”. Register at email@example.com, the training is in Estonian.
Let's meet in the library!