Home Information About 2005 Events

Foundation Events Scheduled for 2006
Some dates and times are tentative, so please check back often for updates.
Please click on the date to see photos of Past Events.

January 2006

January 2

11:00 am

Second Annual
Fireside Family
Reading Challenge

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce St.
Morgantown,
WV

January 15

2:00 pm

Tea Party

Mon Pointe Nursing Home, Morgantown, WV

January 21

11:00 am

Nina Gibson & Brooksie Wells
present
"Songs from Around the World"

Purcellville Library
220 East Main Street
Purcellville, VA

January 28

12:00 pm

Storyteller
John Spelman

Lovettsville Library
12 North Light Street
Lovettsville, VA


February 2006

February 12

2:00pm

Tea Party

Sundale Nursing Home
Morgantown,
WV

February 18

11:00 am

"Monkeying Around
with Curious George"

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce St.
Morgantown, WV

February 18

2:00pm

Tea Party

Heritage Hall Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Leesburg,
VA

February 25

1:00pm

"Trickster Tales"
with
Susan Clark

Purcellville Library
220 East Main Street
Purcellville, VA


March 2006

March 1

7:00 pm

"Learn How to Draw Comics
and Japanese Manga"
Presented by
Forrest Young

Patrick Henry Branch,
Fairfax Cty Public Library
101 Maple Avenue East
Vienna,
VA

March 4

2:00 pm

Tea Party

Sleepy Hollow Nursing Home, Annandale, VA

March 12

2:00 pm

Tea Party

Mon Pointe Nursing Home, Morgantown, WV

March 25

11:00 am

"Dr. Seuss Birthday Celebration"
Children's Story Hour

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV


April 2006

April 8

11:00 am

"The Big Bunny Book Bash "
Presented by
The WVU Puppet Mobile

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV

April 9

2:00 pm

Tea Party

Mon Pointe Nursing Home, Morgantown, WV

April 18

4:00 pm

"Hansel & Gretel"
Washington National Opera teaching
artists introduce the story and music
of the opera through hands-on crafts
and creative musical activities

Patrick Henry Branch,
Fairfax Cty Public Library
101 Maple Avenue East
Vienna,
VA

April 21

1:30 pm

"Milkshake" Music & Movement
Presentation for Pre-Schoolers and
Kindergarten-aged Children

Potomac Branch,
Charles County Public Library
3225 Ruth B. Swann Dr.
Indian Head, MD

April 26

7:00 pm

Shelley A. Marshall Creative Writing Contest Read-Aloud

Hampden-Sydney College,
Hampden-Sydney VA

April 27

11:00 am

Shelley A. Marshall Creative Writing Award Presentation
Hampden-Sydney College
Awards Ceremony

Hampden-Sydney College,
Hampden-Sydney VA


May 2006

May 3

am

Storyteller
Alice McGill

Shepherdstown Elementary School
Shepherdstown, WV

May 4

7:00 pm

"The Moon in a Tortilla "
Candace Wolf tells tales
and sings songs
from Latin America

Patrick Henry Branch,
Fairfax Cty Public Library
101 Maple Avenue East
Vienna,
VA

May 5

4:00 pm

University High School
Shelley A. Marshall
Creative Writing Contest Read-Aloud

Garlow House
Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV

May 5

7:00 pm

Morgantown High School
Shelley A. Marshall
Creative Writing Contest Read-Aloud

Barnes & Noble ,
Morgantown, WV

May 6

11:00 am

Annual
Mother's Day
Writing Contest

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV

May 6

Seatings at
1:00 pm and
3:30 pm

"Mother's Day Tea"
featuring Tea Entrepeneur and Connoisseur
Frank Poland
of Old Town Coffee, Tea, & Spice
Alexandria, VA
Contact Phyllis Marshall at
(304) 599-9309 or (304) 290-9309
for more information

Garlow House
Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV

May 10

10:00 am

"Holla' Back"
Summer Reading Program
Kickoff Event

Martin Luther King, Jr. Mem. Library
901 G Street, NW
Washington,
DC

May 10

5:00 pm

Shelley A. Marshall Creative Writing Award Presentation
George Mason University

George Mason University ,
Fairfax VA

May 13

2:00 pm

Tea Party

Sleepy Hollow Nursing Home,
Annandale,
VA

May 16

1:30 pm

Ramona and Jason Davis, aka
PJP Kidz NíTeenz Poetry Expression
explore poetry as a means
of positive self-expression & personal growth.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

West End Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
1101 24th Street, N.W.
at L Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20037

May 16

10:30 am

Mark Spiegel, storyteller extraordinaire,
brings Scientist Albert Einstein to life
in an entertaining, interactive,
enriching program entitled "Einstein Alive!"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Cleveland Park Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
3310 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
at Macomb Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008

May 16

1:30 pm

Mark Spiegel, storyteller extraordinaire,
brings Scientist Albert Einstein to life
in an entertaining, interactive,
enriching program entitled "Einstein Alive!"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Palisades Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
4901 V Street, N.W.
at 49th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20007

May 17

7:00 pm

"Wolf Trap
Children's String Ensemble"

Local students perform classical,
20th Century, & folk music

Patrick Henry Branch,
Fairfax Cty Public Library
101 Maple Avenue East
Vienna,
VA

May 22

1:30 pm

"Teen Business Starters"
A representative from the
U.S. Small Business Administration
will teach young adults
how to become entrepreneurs.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Tenley-Friendship Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
4450 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.
at Albemarle Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016

May 25

10:30 am

Motivational speaker Adrienne Vyfhuis presents
an interactive program that unleashes
the creative energy in her young audiences
through song, music, and spoken
and written words.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Woodridge Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
1801 Hamlin Street, N.E.
at 18th Street, N.E.
and Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20018


June 2006

June 1

10:30 am

B.J. Durham tells the story of Willie Lee
óA Little Slave Boy Who Was Determined
to Learn How To Read and Be Free
through American Sign Language
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Petworth Neighborhood Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
4200 Kansas Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20011

June 1

10:30 am

Motivational speaker Adrienne Vyfhuis presents
an interactive program that unleashes
the creative energy in her young audiences
through song, music, and spoken
and written words.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Northeast Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
330 7th Street, N.E.
at Maryland Avenue, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20002

June 1

1:00 pm

B.J. Durham tells the story of Willie Lee
—A Little Slave Boy Who Was Determined
to Learn How To Read and Be Free
through American Sign Language
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Takoma Park Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
416 Cedar Street, N.W.
at 5th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20012

June 1

1:30 pm

"Teen Business Starters"
A representative from the
U.S. Small Business Administration
will teach young adults
how to become entrepreneurs.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Shepherd Park Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
7420 Georgia Avenue, NW
at Geranium Street
Washington, D.C. 20012

June 5

10:30 am

Mark Spiegel, storyteller extraordinaire,
brings Scientist Albert Einstein to life
in an entertaining, interactive,
enriching program entitled "Einstein Alive!"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Martin Luther King, Jr.
Main Library/Young Adult Div.
Washington, DC Public Library
901 G Street NW,
Washington, D.C. 20001

June 7

10:30 am

B.J. Durham tells the story of Willie Lee
—A Little Slave Boy Who Was Determined
to Learn How To Read and Be Free
through American Sign Language
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Southeast Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
403 7th Street, S.E.
at D Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20003

June 8

10:30 am

Motivational speaker Adrienne Vyfhuis presents
an interactive program that unleashes
the creative energy in her young audiences
through song, music, and spoken
and written words.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Mount Pleasant Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
3160 16th Street, N.W.
near Lamont Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20010

June 10

11:00 am

Storytelling with
The Mountain Echoes

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV

June 10

2:00 pm

Tea Party

Heritage Hall Nursing Home,
Leesburg,
VA

June 13

10:30 am

The Maryland Science Center Presents
"Whatís the Matter?
Chemistry with Fizz, Foam & Flash"
or
"Arcs and Sparks"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Martin Luther King, Jr.
Main Library/Young Adult Div.
Washington, DC Public Library
901 G Street NW,
Washington, D.C. 20001

June 13

1:30 pm

The Maryland Science Center Presents
"What’s the Matter?
Chemistry with Fizz, Foam & Flash"
or
"Arcs and Sparks"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Southwest Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
900 Wesley Place, S.W.
at K Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20024

June 21

11:30 am

Ramona and Jason Davis, aka
PJP Kidz N’Teenz Poetry Expression
explore poetry as a means
of positive self-expression & personal growth.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Xtreme Mobile
Washington, DC Public Library


July 2006

July 8-9

 

Shelley A. Marshall
Summer Art Workshop Series
with John Bannon

Shepherdstown, West Virginia

July 13

10:30 am

"Teen Business Starters"
A representative from the
U.S. Small Business Administration
will teach young adults
how to become entrepreneurs.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Woodridge Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
1801 Hamlin Street, N.E.
at 18th Street, N.E.
and Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20018

July 13

10:30 am

The Koshland Science Museum will offer
young adults hands-on DNA activities
and discuss current events
related to genetics.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Petworth Neighborhood Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
4200 Kansas Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20011

July 13

1:30 pm

Ramona and Jason Davis, aka
PJP Kidz N’Teenz Poetry Expression
explore poetry as a means
of positive self-expression & personal growth.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Capital View Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
5001 Central Avenue, S.E.
at 50th Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20019

July 14 - July 23

 

The
Shelley A. Marshall Foundation
is a Proud Sponsor of
the
"Goose Route Dance Festival"
which Offers Events & Education
for Dancers, Fans, & Families

War Memorial Building
Shepherdstown, WV

July 15

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Karaoke for Kids
with Karaoke-N-More
for Morgantown Kids' Day

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV

July 15-16

 

Shelley A. Marshall
Summer Art Workshop Series
with Mehran Rashidfarokhy

Del Ray Artisans Gallery
Alexandria, Virginia

July 17

10:30 am

The Maryland Science Center Presents
"What’s the Matter?
Chemistry with Fizz, Foam & Flash"
or
"Arcs and Sparks"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Francis Gregory Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
3660 Alabama Avenue, S.E.
at 37th Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20020

July 17

1:30 pm

The Maryland Science Center Presents
"What’s the Matter?
Chemistry with Fizz, Foam & Flash"
or
"Arcs and Sparks"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Lamond Riggs Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
5401 South Dakota Avenue, N.E.
at Kennedy Street, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20011

July 19

1:30 pm

Ramona and Jason Davis, aka
PJP Kidz N’Teenz Poetry Expression
explore poetry as a means
of positive self-expression & personal growth.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Georgetown Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
3260 R Street, N.W.
at Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20007

July 22-23

 

Shelley A. Marshall
Summer Art Workshop Series
with Bethanne Cople

The Shores of the Potomac
Alexandria, Virginia

July 27

10:30 am

The Koshland Science Museum will offer
young adults hands-on DNA activities
and discuss current events
related to genetics.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Chevy Chase Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
5625 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
near McKinley Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20015


August 2006

TBD

 

Shelley A. Marshall
Art Workshop Series
Art Shows

Alexandria, VA
Shepherdstown, WV
& Morgantown, WV

August 3

10:30 am

The Maryland Science Center Presents
"What’s the Matter?
Chemistry with Fizz, Foam & Flash"
or
"Arcs and Sparks"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Chevy Chase Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
5625 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
near McKinley Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20015

August 3

10:30 am

The Koshland Science Museum will offer
young adults hands-on DNA activities
and discuss current events
related to genetics.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Georgetown Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
3260 R Street, N.W.
at Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20007

August 3

1:30 pm

The Maryland Science Center Presents
"What’s the Matter?
Chemistry with Fizz, Foam & Flash"
or
"Arcs and Sparks"
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Juanita E. Thornton/Shepherd Park
Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
7420 Georgia Avenue, NW
at Geranium Street
Washington, D.C. 20012

August 3

1:30 pm

The Koshland Science Museum will offer
young adults hands-on DNA activities
and discuss current events
related to genetics.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Cleveland Park Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
3310 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
at Macomb Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008

August 9

1:30 pm

Ramona and Jason Davis, aka
PJP Kidz N’Teenz Poetry Expression
explore poetry as a means
of positive self-expression & personal growth.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Washington Highlands Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
115 Atlantic Street, S.W.
at South Capitol Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20032

August 10

1:30 pm

Ramona and Jason Davis, aka
PJP Kidz N’Teenz Poetry Expression
explore poetry as a means
of positive self-expression & personal growth.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Martin Luther King, Jr.
Main Library/Young Adult Div.
Washington, DC Public Library
901 G Street NW,
Washington, D.C. 20001

August 12

11:00 am

"Yo-Ho-Ho, A Pirate's Life for Me!"
Children's Story Hour

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV

August 24

10:30 am

The Koshland Science Museum will offer
young adults hands-on DNA activities
and discuss current events
related to genetics.
Washington, DC Public Library
2006 Teen Summer Reading Program

Southeast Branch
Washington, DC Public Library
403 7th Street, S.E.
at D Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20003


September 2006

September 8-9

Tea Across America

(Nursing Homes
Across the United States)

September 9

6:30 p.m.

Fifth Annual
Shelley A. Marshall Foundation
Gala Fundraiser

The Hilton Washington Dulles Hotel
13869 Park Center Rd
Herndon, VA

 

September 16

11:00 am

Book A Trip Around the World
Children's Story Hour

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV


October 2006

TBD

TBD

Children's Story Hours

 


November 2006

November 12 (Tentative)

2:00 pm

Teacup Tea Party

TBD,
Washington, DC Metropolitan-Area

November 18

11:00 am

Celebrating Charlie Brown
& the Peanuts Gang
Children's Story Hour

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV

November 19
(Tentative)

2:00 pm

Teacup Tea Party

TBD,
Morgantown, WV


December 2006

December 9

11:00 am

An American Girl's Christmas
Children's Story Hours

Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown,
WV



Questions about Events??
Need to schedule your own event??

Contact:


Donn E. Marshall, Chairman
Shelley A. Marshall Foundation
P.O. Box 1685, Shepherdstown, WV 25443
(703) 231-3607
shelsfoundation@aol.com


Ruth Godfrey
Morgantown Public Library
373 Spruce Street
Morgantown, WV 26505
304.291.7425 ext. 124
godfreyr@hp9k.clark.lib.wv.us
Roberta (Bobbi) A. Longworth,
Executive Director
The Fairfax County Public
Library Foundation, Inc.
1200 Government Center Pkwy, Suite 324
Fairfax, VA 22035
703.324.8313 (phone)
703.222.3193 (fax)
libfound@erols.com

Linda Holtslander,
Assistant Director
Loudoun County Public Library
Library Administration
908A Trailview Blvd, SE
Leesburg, VA 20175
703.777.0541 (phone)
703.771.5252 (fax)
lholtsla@loudoun.gov
Emily Ferren,
Executive Director
Charles County Public Library
2 Garrett Avenue
LaPlata, MD 20646
301.870.3520 (phone)
eferren@somd.lib.md.us

Yvette Davis
Washington, DC Public Library
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library,
901 G. Street, N.W.,
Washington, DC
(202) 727-4804
yvette.davis@dc.gov

Michelle Baluch
Shepherdstown Public Library,
King & German Street,
Shepherdstown, WV 25443
(304) 876-2783
mbaluch@martin.lib.wv.us

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P.O. Box 1685
Shepherdstown , WV 25443
email:shelsfoundation@aol.com

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