wow. i haven't written on here in a while. but i have been active! not sure if i mentioned it or not, but an awesome woman, jill yager, who is a speleologist (underwater cave explorer) came and spoke to kids a couple of months ago. she is one amazingly cool lady.
the new free rotating library is now installed in the pediatric waiting room at wncchs (western north carolina community health systems).
the bookmobile has a few events it will be attending soon too. next weekend it will be at downtown's organicfest again. that's sunday the 28th. then on september 3rd, it will be at national library day at the wnc nature center. after that it will visit the city market farmer's market a couple more times this fall. i will keep you posted. (better than i have been). thanks!
the organicfest was a fun experience. next up is the acting lecture!
sunday september 13th, at the hop on merrimon, 12:30pm.
ms. tracey jonhnston-crum, asheville actress, will give the
HOW TO BE A PRINCE OR PRINCESS (or at least act like one)
as always, the event is free, but donations are accepted.
come on down to the organicfest on sunday august 30th! the bookmobile will be there excited to see you.
ok. so, please don't judge me too harshly. i am terrible with technology!
wncparent did an article on the bookmobile this month and today it was reprinted in the paper!
here's the web address. haha. i wish i knew how to put in a link.....
the independent bookseller online newsletter, shelf awareness, did an article on the bookmobile.
it is a great article!!
here is the web address. check it out!
the montford festival was quite successful yesterday. the children love the bookmobile. i am so glad.
two wonderful people, holly and darin lucas, gave a generous donation to the bookmobile. thank you both.
the bookmobile will be at the montford art & music festival again this year on may 16th.
simple bike repair and greenway bike parade
bring your bike and learn how to do some
then afterwards, go for a short bike ride
on the greenway!
special guest bike extraordinaire,
(although lectures are free
we will be accepting
donations of cash or books!)