Archive | April, 2008

World Intellectual Property Day


April 26, 2008

The Member States of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) established World Intellectual Property Day in order to increase public understanding of what intellectual property (IP) really means and to demonstrate how the IP system fosters not only music, the arts and entertainments, but also the products and technological innovations that help to shape our world. The focus this year is on celebrating innovation and promoting respect for intellectual property (IP). Activities and events are planned throughout the world.

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Dancing with the Stars

Dancing with the stars bookDoes season six of abc’s hit television series Dancing with the Stars have you wanting to learn more about the show’s celebrities, costumes, dancers and how on earth to develop the lean and toned physique of a dancer?

Just in time for season six, the library has acquired the book Dancing with the stars: jive, samba, and tango your way into the best shape of your life by Guy Phillips.

One third of this book is devoted to fitness routines that dancers use to build strength. The routines are broken down into exercises, with color photos and explanations of each exercise.

If you are more interested in the show than the fitness, the other two thirds of the book is loaded with information on Dancing with the Stars history, dances, costumes, celebrities, and behind the scenes information from seasons one through five, and includes beautiful color photographs on almost every page.

Or perhaps Dancing with the Stars has you yearning to tango, rumba, waltz, foxtrot, and cha-cha-cha your way around a dance floor? The library also has a variety of instructional videos on ballroom dancing that may help you reach your dance and fitness goals.

After visiting the library and checking out our ballroom dance resources, you may just be on your way to dancing like a star!

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National Poetry Month

National Poetry MonthApril is National Poetry Month, a month-long celebration of poetry, established by the Academy of American Poets. Started in 1996, it has grown into the largest literary celebration in the world. You may request the American Academy of Poets to email you a Poem-A-Day throughout the month of April. In a book display in the Library you will find best loved American poems, poems from other lands, works by modern poets, serious and humorous poems, poems for children and poems for all of us. Celebrate poetry today!

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