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We started our episode by talking about reading:
Abby read Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert
EJ read To Sir Phillip, With Love by Julia Quinn
Mark your calendars for the 4th Annual How-To Festival at Central Library! The Festival takes place from 10-1 on Saturday, May 14.
In this episode, we talked to:
Samyuktha Mahadevan, project manager of One Small Step
Kathy Kildea, co-vice chair of Cville Tool Library
Sarah Delgado, finance and operations manager of Community Climate Collaborative
Tune into our next episode on Friday, May 13 to hear from three other community members who will be presenting at the How-To Festival!
Brianne Kirkpatrick, founder of Watershed DNA
Iney Byfield, member of Cville TimeBank
Carol Quigless, small business owner, Flourish Essential Oils
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Our podcast book club, Overbooked, has officially launched! Join us in reading The Glass Ocean by Williams, Willig, and White. The story follows three women Sarah, Caroline and Tess as they all wrestle with family secrets, mystery, and the unfortunate situation they find themselves in – on board the doomed Lusitania. Join us every episode through September for our “Overbooked” discussion! You can find the book at the library in traditional print, large print, as a book on CD, or as an eBook on Freading (no holds, no wait time – ever). Get involved in the conversation on social media using #Overbooked.
Our reading schedule is as follows:
|Episode Air Date
|May 13, 2022
|May 27, 2022
|June 10, 2022
|June 24, 2022
|July 8, 2022
|July 22, 2022
|August 5, 2022
|August 19, 2022
|September 2, 2022
|September 16, 2022
|September 30, 2022
||Epilogue, General Review
As always, please email email@example.com with comments, suggestions, ideas, or anything else. We’d love to hear from you.
This podcast is made possible through generous support from the Friends of the Library. If you’d like to learn more or join the friends please head to their website.