Juneteenth: History and Celebration

When Was Juneteenth First Celebrated? Juneteenth celebrates African American freedom from slavery in the U.S., and is the oldest holiday celebrating Emancipation in the country. The holiday honors June 19, 1865, when Major General Gordon Granger led Union soldiers into Continue reading Juneteenth: History and Celebration

November is National Career Development Month

November is National Career Development Month and Langsdale and running with the Career & Professional Development Center’s theme of Creating Career Connections. In addition to all the events offered by the Career and Professional Development Center listed here, Langsdale also has Continue reading November is National Career Development Month

Celebrate Indigenous Cultures with Mango

Celebrate indigenous and international cultures by learning a new language through Mango Languages. Choose from over 10 languages (including English!). Log in through the Langsdale databases and help fight Monolingualism! Some facts about bilingualism: 21 percent of Americans speak more Continue reading Celebrate Indigenous Cultures with Mango

Halloween DVDs at Langsdale

Whether you’re looking for suspense or gore, there is something to be found in the DVD stacks at Langsdale Library. That’s right, even Langsdale is in the Halloween spirit, offering several film titles dedicated to the fright, chills, and even laughs Continue reading Halloween DVDs at Langsdale