Doctor Who Day at the library approaches! Grab your sonic screwdriver…

Doctor Who fans, rejoice! (and if you aren’t a fan yet, now’s the time to come see what the fuss is about): Doctor Who Day at the library is Saturday, June 28, from 10am-4pm.

Perhaps you have seen one of these posters around the library:

DoctorWhoDayOr one of these:

DoctorWhoIfYouCantBeatEmOr perhaps our call for fan art submissions caught your eye:

DoctorWhoRunIn short, we have planned a pretty awesome (dare we say out-of-this-world?) Doctor Who Day for you, full of all kinds of activities. Here’s the complete schedule:

10am-4pm Visit the Fan Art Gallery on the 4th floor; join in the TARDIS hunt; make Doctor Who-themed crafts

10:00-11:30 Episode screenings in the Community Room

10:30-12:00 TARDIS photo booth – have your picture taken with the TARDIS!

12:30-1:30 Trivia in the Community Room – play on your own or with a team of three. Start thinking of a clever team name now…

2:00-3:30 Episode screenings in the Community Room

2:00-3:30 TARDIS photo booth – have your picture taken with the TARDIS! (in case you missed it the first time)

3:30-4:00 Awards Ceremony for Best Costume and Best in Show Fan Art

Remember, there is still time to enter your Doctor Who-themed art into the Fan Art contest – just bring it to the reference desk at the library by Wednesday, June 25, at 8pm, and make sure your name and contact info are on the back. If your art is 3D (e.g. a sculpture), take a photo of it and bring that in. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Saturday, June 28, 2014:

For one day only, the library will be bigger on the inside.

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