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Literacy Coalition holds annual Wine and Cheese in the Stacks

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Members of the community will have the opportunity for an after hours experience with the Greene County Literacy Coalition's Wine and Cheese in the Stacks.

In it's fifth year, the Saturday event will feature food and wine from Oliver Winery as well as unique instrument, storytelling and folk band entertainment.

Literacy Coalition director Beth Burcham said the event has grown ever since it first started. She said now the event has to limit entry.

"It's a real relaxed and fun event," she said. "It's fun to be in the library after hours."

Burcham said the event is one of the coalition's yearly fundraisers held to raise funds for its supplies and materials. The coalition helps at risk readers who want to take the high school equivalency exam or who want better language skills.

"When we have learners we supply all the materials," she said. "We need financial help."

Burcham said there are still openings for individuals 21 and over who would like to attend the event. She said those interested should secure their tickets soon.

The event will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Bloomfield Public Library. Tickets are $15 or $25 for a couple.

For information visit the library's website at www.bloomfield.lib.in.us or call at (812) 384-4125.

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You forgot one important fact -- the date of the event.

-- Posted by Hat Lady on Wed, Apr 9, 2014, at 8:25 AM

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