Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Friends Of Seattle Public Library Holding Annual Meeting Tonight At Northeast Branch


The Friends of The Seattle Public Library is holding its annual meeting tonight at 6:30pm at the  Northeast Branch (6801 35th Avenue NE).

The information says:
Join the Friends for "Good Books You May Have Missed", the featured free presentation at the Tuesday October 7th annual meeting of the Friends of The Seattle Public Library. Some books have all the luck, garnering awards and buzz to spare.  Reader Services librarians Andrea Gough, Misha Stone and David Wright will share a variety of worthwhile titles, old and new, that may have slipped under your literary radar.   
All members are encouraged to join us at the Northeast Branch where you can also see the library's new "re-imagined space" for children.  This is a chance to hear about our successful recent Fall book sale and talk to Board Members about future plans for the Friends.   
Friends' members will also elect officers and new board members for the coming year, salute our volunteers and announce our"Friend of the Year" awards. The Friends of The Seattle Public Library is a non-profit, grassroots organization dedicated to promoting our Library as an essential institution of our society. Our volunteer members advocate for, educate about, and raise funds on behalf of the Library.


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