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OCTOBER 2014 National Friends of Libraries Week The Friends of the Murrieta Library


celebrate National Friends of Libraries Week, October 19-25, with a calen- dar of activities open to the pub- lic. Friends Members will be present in the Murrieta Li- brary that week to meet and greet you. The mission of the Friends of the Murri- eta Library is to support the Murri- eta Public Library through fund-raising, advocacy and volun- teerism, and to promote awareness of and support for the Library as it serves the informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs of our Community To kick off the week’s festivities, the Corner Store will be having their famous


Overstock SIDEWALK SALE on Saturday, October 18th from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Volunteer Manager, Nancy Dixon, states, “Hundreds of books will be available, providing a wide range of choices for all. Where else can you find books that are in good to excellent condition.” Hardbacks are $1.00 and paperbacks, 25¢. Come by for a book bargain and a beverage (courtesy of Lela LLorens), and


help us beat the $1,028.00 we did at the last sale. All proceeds from this sale will benefit our library programs. The “Corner” Bookstore is located at 39445 Los Alamos, just east of I-215, at


the corner of Los Alamos and Whitewood. Then on Tuesday, October 21, at 10:00, join the Friends of the Murrieta Library


as they welcome Anthropologist, Bryn Potter as their guest speaker. Her theme will be "BASKETRY TREASURES" and will be directed mainly at California baskets and the specific elements identifying these baskets and possibly narrowing down those from California Indian tribes


Ms. Potter has an M.A. and a B.A.


in Anthropology with a focus on Native American studies, Archeology and Art History. She has been an Adjunct Cu- rator of Anthropology with the River- side Metropolitan Museum. As Associate Curator of Anthropology with the Southwest Museum of American Indian, Autry National Center, she has worked with over 14,000 Native Amer- ican Baskets, the biggest collection in the world. As a Consultant, she has curated over 2 dozen exhibitions of basketry and ethnographic items for Southern California, cataloguing, writ- ing & collection managing. The Friends invite you to come


and meet Ms. Potter, visit with new friends and neighbors and enjoy the lovely refreshments provided. The public and guests are invited. The Library is located at 8 Town


Square, on Adams between Juniper and Kalmia. For further information, please call Rita Nastri 698-8640. Or visit our website at www.murrietali- braryfriends.org


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