On April 3-6, the NCSU Libraries will host the 2014 North Carolina Literary Festival.
On Saturday and Sunday, April 5-6, many of the Festival’s readings, panels, and events will take place inside and around the Hunt Library. This is a once-in-a-decade event that will introduce your “library of the future” to thousands of people from around the state. The innovative “Future of Reading” theme for the Festival is also a significant validation of NC State’s role as a transformational university.
Almost all of the public spaces in the Hunt Library will remain open as usual for university users, but on Saturday and Sunday the building may be even more lively than usual with visitors to the Festival.
During this time, the Ask Us staff will be glad to help you find an appropriate space to work. For quiet study and work, we recommend using the D.H. Hill Library or other branches during the Festival’s hours from 10am to 6pm on Saturday and Sunday. The Festival will not affect the D. H. Hill Library or the three branch libraries.
We hope that you’ll also have a chance take some time off from your work and enjoy the great writers and programs at the Festival.