[Library Media] Alabama Story--part of our history
sharylsmith at att.net
Wed Jan 7 17:37:08 MST 2015
I saw this play as a readers' theater production last spring and it's worth the effort to go to see. Also, there are several opportunities for discounts, discussion, and a workshop. Read on!
ALABAMA STORY” THE TALE OF A HEROIC LIBRARIAN
Utah library employees and library “friends" are invited to take advantage of a special group discount offer on Saturday, January 17 performances, which includes a post-show discussion exploring topics of librarianship and the Freedom to Read immediately following the 2 PM matinee. (Tickets must be reserved by January 8 to take advantage of the discount.) http://www.ula.org/content/january-17th-alabama-story-ula-discounted-group-tickets
Emily Reed was a charter member of the American Library Association’s Freedom to Read Foundation, which is celebrating its 45th anniversary in 2015. In 2000, she received The Freedom To Read Foundation’s Roll of Honor Award. In commemoration of these events, the Freedom To Read Foundation is hosting a reception following the post-show discussion, 5-7pm on Saturday, January 17, in the S.J. Quinney Law Library, across the courtyard from PTC. http://www.ftrf.org/event/FTRF45_SLC
In addition, Martin Garnar, chair of the ALA Committee on Professional Ethics and board member of the Freedom to Read Foundation, will offer a free half-day training workshop to Utah librarians, library staff, and friends of the library members on Thursday, January 8, 1-4pm. https://uslintellectual.eventbrite.com
These events are co-sponsored by Freedom to Read Foundation, J. Willard Marriott Library, Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake County Library Services, Utah Library Association, and Utah State Library.
Complete details are available on the ULA website: http://www.ula.org/content/heroic-american-librarian-takes-center-stage-new-drama-salt-lake-city
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