TWO opportunities to get free admission to the Rocky Mountain
Antiquarian Book Fair, August 5 and 6, at the Denver Merchandise Mart.
1. VOLUNTEER: Contact Karen Sbrockey [[log in to unmask],
303.237.5669] and sign on to help with set-up, staffing the main
information desk, or clean-up. Shifts are generally two to three hours.
Help also needed in advance to distribute publicity materials, as well
as additional duties.
2. PUBLICIZE: Libraries that request and distribute information (book
marks, flyers, and/or small newspapers) to patrons, staff, etc., are
eligible for two free admissions (two-day passes) per library. Contact
Lois Harvey, [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> ,
Part of event proceeds will go to support children's literacy projects
in libraries, through Library People: Friends of Colorado Libraries.
Information on the event is below.
Bonnie F. McCune
Library Community Programs Consultant
303.866.6891; [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
DID YOU KNOW? Libraries in the U.S. issue more cards than VISA!
Colorado State Library
201 E Colfax #309
Denver, CO 80203
(v) 303.866.6891, (f) 303.866.6940
It's time again to prepare for
The Rocky Mountain Antiquarian Book Fair
Friday August 5 (5pm - 9 pm)
Saturday August 6 (10 am - 5 pm)
Denver Merchandise Mart
This year's theme is
Catch Some Great Ones!
Highlights of the Fair
* About 100 book dealers from the region and around the country
with their best books, maps and ephemera-the rare, the unusual and the
* Two Dynamic Panels
* John Geirach, author of "Still Life with Trout," "Trout
Bum," "Sex, Death and Flyfishing," and "At the Grave of the Unknown
* "Ephemera! Discovering History through Odd Bits"
* An exhibit of rarities from the vaults of the Denver Public
One-day pass $7; two-day pass $10. See www.rmaba.org