If you missed our fabulous Geek the Library launch party last Wednesday, here are the first batch of localized posters! Do you recognize any faces?
Do you live in the Bristol/Forestville area? Would you like your face on a Geek the Library poster? OF COURSE YOU WOULD! Come to the library between 11 and 2 on Saturday, March 16, and have your photo taken for free by Grant of Ginger Lee Originals (G.L.O Photography).
Please wear a black top and bring any props you might need (fishing pole, skateboard, etc). Do not wear or bring trademarked materials (NFL memorabilia, etc).
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Get you geek on! Join us Wednesday, February 20, at the Bristol Public Library for our Geek the Library launch party & open house from 6:30-8. This free event will feature food, fun, and free Geek the Library swag! We will also unveil our first set of localized Geek the Library posters showcasing Bristol faces. Maybe you’ll see a face you know!
Your libraries help everyone explore the things they geek. With Internet access for all, knowledgeable librarians, and local programs, Bristol libraries are important resources for your community. Keep the libraries vital by turning your passions into support. Get your geek on.
Geek the Library is brought to you by OCLC, a nonprofit library cooperative, with funding by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Geekthelibrary.org does not support or oppose any candidate for public office and does not take positions on legislation.
- To love, to enjoy, to celebrate, to have an intense passion for.
- To express interest in.
- To possess a large amount of knowledge in.
- To promote.
Everyone is passionate about something and we as a public library support all that you geek! Please stop in during the Friends’ Festival of Trees and write what you geek on an ornament for our Geek the Library Tree. We will also have ornaments (and fun giveaways) with us at the 27th Annual Santa’s Workshop at Mrs. Rockwell’s Pavilion in Rockwell Park on Sunday, December 23.
What is Geek the Library and why does it need a tree? Geek the Library is a community-based public awareness campaign designed to highlight the vital role of public libraries in today’s challenging environment and raise awareness about the critical funding issues public libraries face. To show your support and get your geek on go to geekthelibrary.org.
The Bristol Public Library system will be participating in this campaign in 2013 and you can expect to see Geek the Library materials all over the city. We hope you’ll have a lot of fun with it and everyone will come away with a better understanding of what libraries do and how and with what monies.
(More information about Geek the Library and what it means for Bristol will be forthcoming)