National Library Week attracts people to U.S. libraries

In Lawrence, Kan., there is a Little Free Library.  The only rule is if you take a book, give a book.   Photo by @SquirrelsOfKU

In Lawrence, Kan., there is a Little Free Library. The only rule is if you take a book, give a book.
Photo by @SquirrelsOfKU

When traveling, keep in mind National Library Week is from April 13 through April 19 this year.  After visiting the Seattle Public Library, Glenn Nagel decided he wanted to visit other libraries across the U.S.  Nagel has traveled to 12 libraries photographing and exploring each of them.  CNN has taken the idea of traveling to libraries in the U.S. and invited readers to share their photos.

Sunday, April 13 was the last day of the 2014 Masters.  For golfer, three of the top 10 courses to play are in the U.S., according to CNN.  These courses include Pebble Beach Golf Links in California, Pinehurst No. 2 in North Carolina and an ocean course in South Carolina (Kiawah Island Golf Resort).

Looking for something to do with kids?  Universal Studios in Hollywood has opened a Minion world based on the movie “Despicable Me.”  When visiting, guests become Minions themselves, the little yellow characters from the movie.  Guests start in arch-villain Gru’s suburb home and move to the Minion Prep room for a 3-D ride.

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One thought on “National Library Week attracts people to U.S. libraries

  1. I could not believe that they didn’t put more courses from the U.S. on the list! That means I will be traveling out of the country more to get some great golfing in! I think that golfing is one of the best ways to relax and if you can pair it with seeing an awesome kwirky place it is even better!

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