We are hosting another Drink & Think Trivia! This time we’re
bringing you the Banned Books Week Edition! Our last fundraiser back
in April was very successful, with 600 books and $200 donated to the
Children’s Book Bank and Books to Prisoners!! This time, we are going
donate the proceeds to the Freedom to Read Foundation.
You can find the Facebook event page here:
If anyone wants to help us spread the word (which we would be thrilled
about!), please share our flyer! It can be printed or
shared digitally. You can also help by inviting people to the event
Here are all of the event details:
SCALA Oregon Presents:
Drink & Think Trivia
Banned Books Week Edition
835 NE Broadway
$5 per person
Team limit of six people
All proceeds will benefit the Freedom to Read Foundation
Fabulous prizes will be awarded to the winners!
For more info, check out:
SCALA Portland Emporia group members get together on a Saturday to work on upcoming SCALA events for 2017:
Preservation Week, April 23-29 Archive Week in November, Library Week – April 9-15; the theme “Libraries Transform,” Banned Books Week, September 24-30, and Home Movie Day, October 22.
We’re Organizing a SCALA Party for everyone to get to know each other.
Sunday, September 30, 2007
Norma Leistiko’s House
4910 SW Nevada Ct
Portland, Oregon 97219
To get there:
Take Highway 5 south away from the Portland State University parking garage. Take the Multnomah exit (you are still in Portland and this is the last exit in Portland, going south). You will be on Multnomah. Drive to 45th and Multnomah and then turn a “mild” right into Maplewood neighborhood (this is a 5 way stop). Drive on Maplewood past Maplewood Elementary School to SW 52nd and Nevada. Turn right down Nevada for about 2 blocks and park. The address is on the door going into the garage. Parking is on the street or in my driveway…double up and more people can park in the driveway.
We’ll try to organize carpools from PSU.
It’s a Potluck – Bring food and Drink. Laurisa Stubblefield is organizing food – email her (lls [at] lclark [dot] edu) to coordinate or leave a comment on this blog post).