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Library planning talent shows, paranormal talks

Monday, October 18, 2010

GREENCASTLE -- This Tuesday, the Putnam County Public Library will host a teen talent show -- that is, if enough people register for it.

"So far nobody has pre-registered," said Cortina Ziuchkovski, the PCPL's librarian. "I really hope people do pre-register, otherwise it will be canceled."

Participants need to register by the end of the day. The talent show, a part of the national Teen Read event, is scheduled to run from 7 to 8 p.m.

"People can sing, they can write poetry and read the poetry they've written, read stories they've written, anything," Ziuchkovski said.

She also said physical talents, such as juggling, are welcome.

In addition to the talent show, The Putnam County and Clay County Paranormal Group will be at the library Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m.

She said the group will be demonstrating some of the techniques and equipment they use.

"They'll be coming in and talking about how they do an investigation," Ziuchkovski said. "Some of the members of the Clay/Put group are teens."

Ziuchkovski said the teens members work with an adult.

Call Ziuchkovski at 653-2755, ex. 121 for more information.


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I sure wish the Banner Graphic would get

information to the public sooner than the day before an event.

Maybe then there will be greater participation

in events.

-- Posted by mothersue on Mon, Oct 18, 2010, at 1:01 PM


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