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Library News

DVDs of EBTV Children's Shows for Sale

Posted October 18, 2007

"Calliope" and "Stories from the Library" series offered at $30 each by EBTV.,

"Calliope," featuring stories and activities geared to East Brunswick children in grades 1-3, is available at $30 for the full series of four shows. Taping begins November 7, 2007.
Likewise, "Stories from the Library," for Township children ages 3-5, runs for four shows. The cost of the complete series on DVD is $30.
Both series will be available after the series are completed.

Tickets for the Friends of The Library’s James Hess Folklore and Storytelling Festival Now on Sale

Tickets for the Friends of The Library’s James Hess Folklore and Storytelling Festival Now on Sale

Posted October 01, 2007

ADULT PERFORMANCE: Sat., Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m. $15 including dessert buffet
FAMILY PERFORMANCE (ages 7 and up) Sun., Nov. 18, 2 p.m. $3 each or maximum $7 per family

Tickets are on sale now at the Circulation desk or you may download the form [here] which you can fill out and bring in or send to the Circulation desk for two shows by award-winning storyteller Ed Stivender, called “the Robin Williams of storytelling” by The Miami Herald. A perennial favorite at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee, he has delighted audiences from Ireland to Indonesia with his appealing way with a story while accompanying himself on banjo. He won the Most Original Character award at the Philadelphia Mummers Parade and worked with that city’s Historic Philadelphia Inc. to create a colonial reenactment for the lauded “Once Upon a Nation” project. Besides being an internationally popular raconteur and musician, he is the author of the rollicking best seller Raised Catholic: Can You Tell?, the basis for his hilarious but affectionate takes on his parochial school youth.

The festival is presented by the Friends of The Library with major support from Johnson & Johnson, The Karma Foundation, and Comcast.

Checks should be payable to “EB Friends of The Library”