Stay Home and Read a Book Ball
The official date of the Stay Home and Read a Book Ball has passed, but you can still celebrate any time during the year!
The Library Foundation of Los Angeles requests the pleasure of your participation in the 26th Annual Stay Home and Read a Book Ball to benefit the cultural and educational programs of the Los Angeles Public Library.
When: Any time on Friday, February 28, 2014
Where: In a tent with a flashlight in hand, in the middle seat on an airplane, curled up on a papasan…
Attire: Maybe paisley or stripes or polka dots or plaid…
Food and drink: Yes, yes! A thousand times, yes!
Guests: You, me, us, him, her, them, and that animal, too!
RSVP by donating online (click on the pink “Give now” button).
Let us know how you’re celebrating and visit:
Twitter: @LibraryFoundLA #LFLAStayHome
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Louise Steinman is curator of the award-winning ALOUD series and co-director of the Los Angeles Institute for Humanities at USC. She is the author of three books: The Souvenir: A Daughter Discovers Her Father’s War; The Knowing Body: The Artist as Storyteller in Contemporary Performance; and The Crooked Mirror: A Memoir of Polish-Jewish Reconciliation. She will be a spring 2015 writer-in-residence at the Warsaw Bauhaus. Her work appears, most recently, in The Los Angeles Review of Books, and on her Crooked Mirror blog.