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National Library Week Celebration Scheduled for Saturday

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

Celebrate National Library Week, and the Lassen Library’s past, present and future, this Saturday, April 14th, at a special day-long event featuring activities for kids, lessons in Susanville history and a look at the many opportunities and resources available your local library.

The event will begin at 11:00a.m. with former Lassen County Supervisor Jim Chapman presiding as Master of Ceremonies.

Everyone is invited to come learn about family literacy, see Native American dancers, hear from Susanville’s pioneer women about the early days of Susanville with an historical portrayal of town namesake Susan Roop Arnold.

There will also be a discussion of the technological advances and opportunities in the library’s future.

The Library Week Celebration will be held from 11:00a.m. until 3:00p.m. and during that time the Friends of the Library will be holding a membership drive and book bag sale. Lassen Aurora Network will be offering popcorn and drinks.

The Lassen Library is located at 1618 Main Street. For more information call 251-8127.

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2 Responses to National Library Week Celebration Scheduled for Saturday

  1. Amelia Luna

    Amelia Luna

    Thursday, April 12th, 2018 at 2:40 pm

    I thank these dancers for coming for this event. Some of these dancers family were born an raised here in Susanville. Thank you again dancers. Some of them will be coming back next for our Annual PowWow which is being held May 18-20 at the fairgrounds.

  2. Amelia Luna

    Amelia Luna

    Thursday, April 12th, 2018 at 2:18 pm

    Yes! This is going to be a very interesting event please attend the Native American dancers are coming from Reno,Nevada their dancing tells about their native culture an beliefs that are carried on through these young dancers,who were told by their Native Elders. Please come see them!!

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