The Library Show - Books and Other Good Things

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The Library Show - Books and Other Good Things

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Format: 2018-05-24
Format: 2018-05-24
Library #9 - Suzie Wizowaty and the Library Outreach Program - 06/07/1988
Fletcher Free #9 - Suzie Wizowaty and the Library Outreach Program, with visits to Fern Hill Senior Center, Ethan Allen Apartments, and a home visit. There is a break at 22 mins of the raw disc, but it starts again, but needs an edit Ethan Allen...
Fletcher Free #8 - New Library Branch at the Baird Center; Storytelling Festival - 05/13/1988
Fletcher Free #8 - New Library Branch at the Baird Center for Children and Families with Maxie Ewins & Linda Hutton; Storytelling Festival Story
Fletcher Free #7 - Tom Smith and the Parents' Reading Group - 04/08/1988
Fletcher Free #7 - Tom Smith and the Parents' Reading Group
Library #6 - A Visitor from Plimoth Plantation\ &; Renovation Update - 03/04/1988
Fletcher Free #6 - A Visitor from Plimoth Plantation
Fletcher Free #5 - Children's Hour: Stories and Parent Interviews - 02/19/1988
Fletcher Free #5 - Children's Hour: Stories with Beth Phillips, and Interviews with Parents
Library Show #4 - Grandparents' Awards, Book Reviews, Grinning Idiot, "Out!" - 01/08/1988
Fletcher Free #4 - Starr Farm Nursing Home Grandparents' Awards; Library's Hikday Season Book Reviews; Peter Burns' Story: Grinning Idiot; Bill Mares & Frank Bryan Read from "Out!".
Library Show #3 - Large Print Books, Fundraising, and Abenaki Stories - 11/16/1987
Fletcher Free #3 - Large Print Books, Fundraising with Library Board Members John Ewing and Sister Candon, and Michael Kadudo Abenaki Storytelling at the Interfaith Senior Center. Suzi Wizowaty.
Fletcher Free #2 - Large Print Books, Vermont Storytelling Festival - 11/06/1987
Fletcher Free #2 - Large Print Books, Vermont Storytelling Festival
Library 1 - Tour and Series Intro with Director Maxie Ewins - 10/09/1987
Fletcher Free - Tour and Series Intro with Director Maxie Ewins

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