- Here's a chance for us to work with our local public libraries this summer. This theme is more or less statewide, and although not every library goes with the recommended theme, many/most of them will. We could get a lot of exposure out of this. Talk to you local public library Youth Services departments. Every library will have a little different. Here's link to the appropriate page on the ILA website.Living the Code, Serving the Dream -Berngard Solgai, called Moose------------------------------------------
The almost right life is nothing at all. The right life is dangerous, open-ended, more questions than answers, a map to undiscovered countries.
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From: Katie Clark <kclark@...>
Sent: Wed, December 22, 2010 3:55:33 PM
This is Katie Clark, the teen librarian at Winfield Public Library.
This summer, our reading program is themed "A Midsummer Knight's Read"
and I was wondering if anyone in the Society would be available for
demonstrations in June or July. Demonstrations of what? I don't know!
I've never had a group like this come to the library before, so, I'll
give you my information and you can let me know if I'm on the right
track. I deal with teens in grades 7-12, but we also have programs for
younger kids and for adults. I'm open to having programs for specific
age groups or programs for all ages. Our summer programs run for six
weeks, between June 13 and July 23. We can do events during the day or
in the evening. I don't know if or how much you charge to give
demonstrations, if individuals normally give demos, or groups of people
with all different skills? I guess I just need more information. I
really appreciate your help.
Winfield Public Library
0S291 Winfield Rd.
Winfield, IL 60190