Hello CC with The FEED here… I’m at the State Fair of Texas and we are visiting one of my favorite attractions…. The Dallas Public Library’s Mother Goose Story-Time.
Mother Goose Story-Time was a big hit last year, with more than 19 thousand visitors enjoying classic nursery rhymes with a Texas twist. Jo Giudice, Director of the Dallas Public Library says it one of the few attractions that the Fair that you can do for free.
The Dallas Public Library System is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony this Saturday at 10 a.m. for the new Highland Hills replacement Branch Library to be located at 6200 Bonnie View Road. Jo Giudice, Director of Libraries, says this new branch replaces the current facility on Simpson Stuart Road, built in 1979. The city’s 28th branch library will be designed to achieve Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification, with energy efficient lighting, air conditioning, and water-wise landscaping. Other features will include 24 public computers, WiFi access, self-checkout stations, an expanded auditorium and classrooms with state of the art audio visual equipment for community activities.
Hello – CC with The Feed here. As some of you know, we’ve been previewing the Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair and Arts Festival. The two day event promotes literacy and highlights businesses and arts in South Dallas. Last week, we met with featured author… Ms. Pearline Johnson. We are deeply saddened to find out that days after the interview Ms. Pearline passed away. Ms. Pearline was a local artist, who was about to debut her first book at the Tulisoma Book Fair.