New Brunswick Library Holiday Party: 18 December

December 15, 2010 on 4:18 pm | In USA Program News, Upcoming Events | 1 Comment

Camille_Thompson-Jeneba-Sara_WarrickNew Brunswick, New Jersey— GLP will join with our Rutgers University student affiliate, the GOYA Project, to support our hometown  library (The New Brunswick Public Library) and their holiday event for local children. Kids are urged to come celebrate winter holidays from around the world at the winter party.  Learn something new, make a craft, enjoy a snack, and get a free book!

2 – 4 PM in the Carl T. Valenti Community Room,

(New Brunswick Free Public Library, 60 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick NJ 08901. For more information, please call the Children’s Room at 732-745-5108 x15 or email Ms. Sara Warrick at swarrick@lmxac.org)

For this event GLP will give each attending child the choice of a book to take home so long as they also choose a book for another child in their community. GLP volunteers will wrap the books and help the children address the presents. We are very happy to accept donations for the give aways. We also need volunteers willing to be in costume for picture taking with the attending elementary students.

Friends of GLP Around the World are Urged to Support Holiday Book Give Aways

We are encouraging our supporters around the world to hold similar events. Olubayi is organizing events for Western Kenya and South Africa and Denniston is arranging for St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Shehnaz is recruiting her sons to be in costume for the New Brunswick event. Please let us know if you are hoping to support similar events.

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