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The Associates of the Boston Public Library is pleased to invite you to the 15th annual Literary Lights for Children tea-party, honoring children's authors Jeanne Birdsall, Helen Frost, Kadir Nelson and Rick Riordan.

Literary Lights for Children 2013

The Associates of the Boston Public Library

Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Boston, MA

Literary Lights for Children 2013

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Single Ticket - Child
Individual Seats -- large parties will not be able to sit together. Please note that the main room is already at capacity, so seating will be in the overflow room.
Ended $60.00 $2.49
Single Ticket - Adult
Individual Seats -- large parties will not be able to sit together. Please note that the main room is already at capacity, so seating will be in the overflow room.
Ended $85.00 $3.12
Patron (2 tickets)
Reserved Sponsorship Seating. Please note that the main room is already at capacity, so seating will be in the overflow room.
Ended $300.00 $8.49
Benefactor (6 tickets)
Reserved Sponsorship Seating. Please note that the main room is already at capacity, so seating will be in the overflow room.
Ended $850.00 $9.95
Special Benefactor (8 tickets)
Reserved Sponsorship Seating. Please note that the main room is already at capacity, so seating will be in the overflow room.
Ended $1,200.00 $9.95
Grand Benefactor (14 tickets)
Reserved Sponsorship Seating. Please note that the main room is already at capacity, so seating will be in the overflow room.
Ended $2,000.00 $9.95
Celebratory Sponsor (14 tickets)
Reserved Sponsorship Seating
Ended $5,000.00 $9.95
Grand Sponsor (14 tickets)
Reserved Sponsorship Seating
Ended $10,000.00 $9.95
Sponsor a Boston Public School student’s ticket Ended $60.00 $2.49
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Literary Lights for Children ~ 2013 Honorees


The Associates of the Boston Public Library is pleased to invite you to the 15th annual Literary Lights for Children tea party, in the Boston Public Library's beautiful Bates Hall. The 2013 honorees are:

Literary Lights for Children seeks to raise awareness of children's literature, promote literacy, honor children's authors, and raise funds for the Boston Public Library's Special Collections. Students selected from Boston area schools will introduce and present the awards to each of the honored authors. The honorees will then discuss their writing careers and share their love of books with the audience of 350 children and adults. Tea refreshments will be served. Immediately following the tea party, there will be a book signing session. Books will be available for sale, or children are welcome to bring their own books.

For more information or sponsorship opportunities, please contact the Associates Office at: 

Associates of the Boston Public Library
700 Boylston Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Phone: 617-536-3886
Email: associates@bpl.org

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Boston Public Library
700 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116

Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 2:00 PM


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The Associates of the Boston Public Library

The Associates of the Boston Public Library is an independent nonprofit dedicated to conserving the Boston Public Library (BPL)’s Special Collections of rare books, manuscripts, prints and drawings, musical scores, works of art, and items of significant historic interest. The organization is committed to ensuring continued public access to these irreplaceable treasures by underwriting their cataloging, repair, restoration, digitization, and exhibition.


Over the past 42 years, the Associates has been the creator and underwriter of a wide array of programs, designed to heighten public awareness of the Library's vast free educational resources. These programs include art and architecture tours, readings, lectures, curatorial evenings, exhibitions, music events, and an annual residency for an emerging children's writer. The Associates oversees the David McCullough Conservation Fund and the William O. Taylor Fund, a fund dedicated to conserving photographs, prints and drawings of historic importance.

 

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