Friday, November 30, 2007

Nostalgia Night 2008

The Friends of the Devereaux Library are pleased to present Nostalgia Night 2008: Favorite Son. The 14th annual film series spotlights silver screen legends who were born within our region. 10 films will be present on consecutive Sunday evenings beginning January13.

Please visit the “Friends” website, for more information about Nostaligia Night. Flyers are available, please contact us if you’d like one (or more to share).

Tickets are available at the Devereaux Library. We hope you’ll consider being a part of this popular Rapid City tradition.

p.s. Nostalgia tickets make terrific gifts

Thursday, November 29, 2007

EndNote Web

Did you know that EndNote Web is freely available within ISI Web of Knowledge?Due to the overwhelming demand for these sessions, we have added several more through December. Each will walk you through using EndNote Web within ISI Web of Knowledge. Register below for the session that best suits your schedule.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Thanksgiving Holiday hours

Wednesday, November 21, OPEN 7 am to 5 pm
Thursday, November 22 through Saturday, November 24, CLOSED
Sunday, November 25, OPEN 4 pm to 12 midnight

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Parking Restricted on Saturday, November 17

On Saturday, November 17, the SDSM&T India Club will be holding its annual Diwali celebration. A highlight of this celebration is a fireworks display.

To accommodate this event, the parking lot immediately west of the Devereaux Library will close at 3 pm. Parking will be available in all other campus parking lots. For access to the Devereaux Library, we suggest entering the campus via University Loop (near the southwest end of the Mineral Industries Building) and parking in front of the Mineral Industries Building.

Campus map.pdf

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Special Library Hours for Veterans' Day

Saturday & Sunday, November 10 & 11 ~ CLOSED
Monday, November 12 ~ OPEN 4 pm to 12 midnight

Monday, November 05, 2007

Tuesday @ Your Library

Tuesday November 6 -- The Devereaux Library looks at the Great War, and the begining of Armistice Day.