The Seeking Laura Ingalls Wilder Letters project is beginning to pick up a little steam. The press release appeared in Involvement the newsletter of the Heritage Agency on Aging and I did interviews this week with both the Cedar Rapids Gazette and the Iowa City Press-Citizen that should appear in the next couple of weeks. Keep the momentum rolling, please pass the word on to someone you know today!
This came across one of my library listservs and it’s too funny not to share. The original is in Norwegian, so you don’t need the sound. The English closed captioning is on the top and the Norwegian closed captioning is on the bottom.
Sorry the owner pulled this video.
This week, despite the Long Winter like weather, I had the first session in my new class down at the Iowa City Senior Center. It’s the first time I’ve done a continuing class on Laura (3 sessions) and I think it started off real well. They’ve already invited me back to do another class during the summer, so keep your eyes out for it.
The Country School Association of America http://www.countryschoolassociation.org/ is hosting its 8th annual conference. I’ve spoken at the majority of these. In the future, they hope to rotate every other year between the Midwest and another part of the country. This year’s is in New England.
Country School Association of AmericaBlackwell History of Education Museum
Learning Center, Gabel Hall
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115
Invites you to participate in or attend the:
Country School Association Conference
June 18th-20th, 2007
Nashua, New Hampshire 03060
Presenting workshops relating to the preservation history, and
appreciation of one-room schools…, interpretation,
Enjoy a tour of 5 beautifully preserved one-room schoolhouses!
Visit our e-newsletter for further details:
http://csaa.typepad.com/country_school_associatio/ Or contact Conference Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> today!It’s a great conference.
Welcome to My First Post. I must say that I’m inspired by the wonderful blog (The Editor’s Notebook) that Sandra Oliver keeps on http://www.foodhistorynews.com and borrowed the idea of my name from her. I hope to use this for updating information and new discoveries. I’m going to aim for updating once a week, but I have several pieces of news saved up and it will probably be a few more than that at first.
Sarah S. Uthoff