Thursday, 9 August 2012

Library Opening Hours Thursday 16th August


The Library will be closing at 2 pm on Thursday 16th August in order to prepare for World Mosquito Day 2012 - Cocktail Hour in the Human Library. The Library will re-open at 8.30 am on Friday 17th August.



World Mosquito Day 2012 - 'Cocktail Hour in the Human Library'
presented by The LSHTM Malaria Centre
Date: Thursday 16 August 2012
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Venue: Library, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK


This year to celebrate World Malaria Day 2012, The Malaria Centre at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine will host a human library where experts from the Malaria Centre are 'on loan' instead of books. Guests will be able to 'borrow' up to 5 human books and will circulate around the library to the sounds of our in house 1930's band.

A complimentary cocktail and south-Indian canapes will be included in the price. Entertainment will be provided by musician Emily O'Hara and singer, Patricia Hammond, 'the Canadian nightingale'.

Mosquito Day honours August 20th 1897 when Sir Ronald Ross made the discovery that malaria is transmitted by mosquitos and is inspired by the tea party held in his honour at the Ross Institute on 20th August 1931 - in this spirit, there will be a 1930's/tropical theme to the event as well as celebrating the contemporary work of malaria centre members across the world.

Register and buy tickets online at http://mosquitoday2012.eventbrite.co.uk

Admission: Registration required

Email: malaria@lshtm.ac.uk

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

World Mosquito Day 2012


This year to celebrate World Malaria Day 2012, The Malaria Centre at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, will host a human library where experts from the Malaria Centre are 'on loan' instead of books. Guests will be able to 'borrow' up to 5 human books and will circulate around the library to the sounds of our in house 1930's band.
 
In addition to this two members of the archives team will be available for loan; Frieda Midgley, and Cathy Hoste. They will be able to give an insight into our unique collections, current projects and the history of the school.

Mosquito Day honours August 20th 1897 when Sir Ronald Ross made the discovery that malaria is transmitted by mosquitos and is inspired by the tea party held in his honour at the Ross Institute on 20th August 1931 - in this spirit, there will be a 1930's/tropical theme to the event as well as celebrating the contemporary work of malaria centre members across the world.

A complimentary cocktail and south-Indian canap├ęs are included in the ticket and entertainment will be provided by musician Emily O'Hara and singer, Patricia Hammond, 'the Canadian nightingale'.
 
Date: Thursday 16 August 2012
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Venue: The Library, LSHTM, Keppel Street
 













You can register and buy tickets online at http://mosquitoday2012.eventbrite.co.uk
For further information email: malaria@lshtm.ac.uk