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Library Events Calendar: Home

Upcoming Library Programs

Library Events

Three ways to register for any or all events

1. Register here for 2021 events Register Online Here! Register here for 2022 events 2022 Events

For questions about events, Email  referencerequest@ctcd.edu or Call 254-526-1621

2. In order to qualify for the Oveta Culp Hobby Library Scholarship, you must attend at least one event during the year.  Register here and show up at the virtual event to be added to the eligible list. Make sure you also apply for the scholarship at  Library scholarship. You must be a CTC student and have a degree plan at the time of application. 

3. If you require accommodations for any event, please contact Disability Support Services 7 days prior at 254-526-1195. 

4. Click the images below for better view of details

Monthly- Virtual Night Sky Tours

January 25 - Scholarship Workshop

February 2 - CTC Seed Swap

February 16 - Black History Month: A Civil Rights History

March 2 - International Day

March 21 - Saving the Environment with CTC Professor Cristina Summers

April 6 - Eclipse 2024: Getting Closer

April 21 - Author Night

Byways - taking entries now

Club Meetings - Writers Guild

February 3 - Author Night

February 22 - Greta Thunberg and Climate Change Film Festival

March 3 - World Wildlife Day

March 28 - Contacting Legislation for Environmental Change

April 12 - International Day of Human Space Flight

Eagle Career Closet

January 18-21 Library Welcome Week Activities

January 31 - International Day of Commemoration In Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust

February 9 - National Radio Day

February 28 - Black History Month: a Military Standpoint

March 9 - Whatever Happened to My Dad's Job?

April 4 - Land Stewardship and Texas Poetry

April 13 - Why You Should Give a Hoot About Birdwatching