Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Daily Thoughts 12/15/2010 (programming)
Daily Thoughts 12/15/2010
I started reading Life by Keith Richards. It is very funny, rebellious, and full of life. It is hard to imagine Keith Richards being a boy scout, but he was. His first record was an Elvis record as well.
Today, I checked the displays to make sure they were in order. I also did some weeding in the oversize books.
I had to put together a list of suggested activities for the year for programming. I went back through my email and pulled out several different workshops that I had invited to the library, Westchester Residential Opportunities, Womens Enterprise Development Center, and others. I am hoping that we can also have a few art workshops and some storytelling workshops.
I am also thinking it might be nice to do an editor talk where they come in and talk about getting published as well as a cookbook author talk where they bring in recipes and food in addition to books. It should be interesting.
There are also seasonal activities; earth week, holiday events, and the adult summer reading program to think about.
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Posted by Book Calendar at 6:32 AM
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I sneaked a peek at one of my Christmas presents early, it's Keith's book. Really looking forward to reading about his rollercoaster life.
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