Mar 02, 2013
Explore UT is the biggest open house in Texas! The LBJ Library will be participating in Explore UT on Saturday, March 2. This open house is for adults and kids of all ages and offers a glimpse into university life in classrooms, laboratories, studios, performance halls, museums, and library collections. With over 400 events scheduled on campus, there's something for everyone!
The LBJ Library will be offering activities in addition to being free and open to the public March 2. Our special programming includes:
"Discover What’s In All Those Boxes at the LBJ Library" with Archivist Liza Talbot. She’ll talk about the LBJ Archives and how you can use the documents, photos and videos as well as answer questions about our holdings. This program is offered at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3 p.m. in the Great Hall.
"A Fun Day with LBJ: Lyndon Johnson and You." This is an opportunity for you to design your own “flat” President Johnson to take with you on your adventures around campus. Come into the exhibit and learn about President Johnson and how his legacy affects you everyday. This program is offered on the Plaza while supplies last.
Find more information regarding Explore UT, including a schedule and parking here.
Questions regarding the LBJ Library’s activities? Contact Amanda@lbjlibrary.net
Parking Note: The LBJ Library parking lot is used for school buses on the day of Explore UT. Free parking is available in lots 40 and 41 as well as in the following UT parking garages: * San Jacinto Garage (SJG) San Jacinto Boulevard north of 24th Street. * Twenty Seventh Street Garage (TSG) University Avenue and 27th Street. * Speedway Garage (SWG) Speedway and 27th Streets.
Director of Public Programs
LBJ Presidential Library
2313 Red River Street
Austin TX 78705
Office: (512) 721-0176
Please be aware that LBJ Library and Museum events may be filmed and/or photographed. Your attendance constitutes your authorization for the LBJ Library to use your photograph, voice, or other likeness for purposes related to the Library, including but not limited to marking and promotion in both print and electronic forms.