At the Library

The Longest Table Fundraiser Event

was wonderful!

Please take a look at the October Newsletter for a collage of the event with many faces you might recognize of people who attended.

Two of the tables included costumes to support the theme:

Our director, Marsha Watson, with Alice in Wonderland

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Participants at the Madeline in Paris table were very “Parisian” with their veiled hats .

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Participants “dressed” their tables with a children’s book theme. Here are images of many of the tables. If every table isn’t shown, it’s because the picture didn’t come out, so you can blame the photographer … me!

This was the “before” state of the tables …

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This was the “Harold and the Purple Crayon” table on the left

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and “Jack and the Beanstalk” table on the right.

We also had “Harry Potter” on the left, complete with sorting hat, and

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“Jane and Jenny on the Farm” with  farm animals and a silo with flowers.

We had “Madeline in Paris,” complete with Eifel Tower and parisiennes.

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And we had Flat Stanley in the form of Flat Mady.

And we had “Alice in Wonderland” fully decked out and

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“Dumbo,” who made his presence known, and

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and “Dr Seuss’s One fish two fish red fish blue fish” on the left

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and “Charlotte’s Web” to the right, above and “James and the Giant Peach” below to the left and “Where the Wild Things Are” to the right.

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We had “Pete the Cat” on the left and another “Where the Wild Things Are” on the right

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and “Wynken, Blynken, and Nod,” and Marion the Librarian and the “Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe,” and “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” all lit up.

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and such a good time was had by all, that many asked,

“Are we going to do this next year?” I think the answer is YES!

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The Fred & Harriett Taylor Memorial Library Board of Trustees meeting

is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

and meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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