The Waverly Branch is located in the bustling urban neighborhood of Waverly, at the intersection of East 33rd Street, Barclay, and University Parkway.
I attended with my (adult) daughter, sister-in-law, and 12 year-old niece. We are all "Little House" fans, so it was fun to be in a room with Ms. Dahl and so many others who share our love for the Laura Ingalls Wilder stories.
I do want to add that the write-up in Currents indicated that this was a "video tour of the [sites]", but the actual presentation was a PowerPoint, so I think there was miscommunication or a mistake made when compiling the write-up.
Regardless, we enjoyed the presentation and learned a number of new things about the Wilder family!
I enjoyed facilitating this workshop. There was a great synergy with the attendees who were at varying stages of their writing projects. Big thanks to Waverly Branch for hosting my workshop!
Thank you to all the wonderful participants for attending this event. I absolutely loved the interaction and the many questions on Jamaican culture and food.
it was nice and would like to see more of these type of events at the library
I enjoyed it I feel like I have a little bit more knowledge on gardening
It was very helpful. I recieved valuable advice.
As Author Presenter, I thought it was an excellent event. It was well attended and I was grateful to my friends who attended and supported my efforts and the voluminous number of questions. I was totally impressed with United States Senator Paul Sarbaine's and his friend Jerry who attended and purchased books but more than anything my niece Rachel and my great nephew and niece Joseph and Emma!!!! Thank You Waverly Branch, Enoch Pratt Free Library for hosting this event to support the legacy of Henry G. Parks, Jr. Maurice W. Dorsey, Ph.D., Author
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