Monthly Archives: April 2010

Word to your Mother (Mother Earth, that is)…

greenThursday, April 22nd is Earth Day, making it the perfect time for everyone to learn more about having a positive impact on the environment. Whether you’re looking for a few small ways to change your habits, or wanting to make a BIG change in your carbon footprint, we’ve got the resources to help you get started. Check out what’s listed below, or ask a librarian about additional resources that will spark your interest.

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Got a flare for the dramatic? Bit of a poetry fanatic?


MU Hamilton invites you to share your favorite published poem with a LIVE, CAPTIVATED audience! The 3rd annual Favorite Poem Project is modeled after the national program…get a glimpse of how cool it will be by watching the video above. Or, check out some of the cool pics from last year’s event & get more details on our Poem Promo page. No sign up is necessary–just stop by either (or both) of the events! Need help picking a poem? Check out our resources on the bottom of this page.

Thursday, April 15th: 11am-1pm at Wilks Conference Center
Wednesday, April 21st: 7-9 pm at Miami Downtown

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Take me out to the ballllllpark!! Take me out to the game…

A holiday unto itself for Tri-Staters, Opening Day marks the start of the Cincinnati Reds baseball season & the end of winter doldrums. On Monday, April 5th, the Reds will be facing off against the St. Louis Cardinals. With a great weather forecast & a full-day of events planned, it may be a wee bit hard to keep your own head in the game–the college game, that is! But, you can catch a game on Sunday, April 25th for just 5 BUCKS when Miami University heads to the ballpark to watch the Reds take on the San Diego Padres. Just stop by 122 Schwarm to sign up and pay cash/check.

Can’t make that day either? Check out the complete schedule & get current news on the Cincinnati Reds website, or keep track of all of your favorite local sports by checking out CNati.com (also includes prolific Reds coverage).

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