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Stephen Swinburne, author and photographer of Whose Shoes? A Shoe for Every Job, will be visiting libraries, museums and other early learning sites across the state. Fifty-five trunks developed by museum educators also will be available for borrowing through public libraries. Each trunk is filled with fun book-related activities, games and manipulatives for young children. In addition each trunk includes a guide that encourages use of the trunk contents in activities that are aligned with the Pennsylvania Early Learning Standards.

The following is a listing of Stephen Swinburne's visits around the state. This list is subject to change. Two contacts are listed for most locations: a media contact that should be contacted only by a member of the media wishing to cover an event; and a public number that the public can call for information.

Please Note: Not all events are open to the public and some require an admission fee.

CLICK HERE to download the complete events list.

Tuesday March 22, 2011 Mifflin County

  • AM visit Mifflin County Library (Lewistown)
  • Afternoon visit to Kishacoquillas Branch
  • Evening program at Schlow (State College)


Wednesday March 23, 2011 Centre County

  • Centre County Library/Bellefonte
  • Centre Hall Area Branch
  • East Penns Valley Branch Library/Millheim
  • Holt Memorial


Thursday March 24, 2011 Centre County

  • State College- AM WPSX Public television will tape reading. This will be made available on the PA One Book website,
  • 9:30- Schlow Public Library
  • 11:00- Schlow Public Library
  • Evening Holt Memorial


Friday March 25, 2011 Allegheny

  • AM session at East Liberty Branch CLP
  • Afternoon at CC Mellor Memorial Library


Saturday March 26, 2011 Allegheny

  • 10-2 Professional Development at Children's Museum of Pittsburgh


Monday March 28, 2011 Dauphin County

  • 6:00 PM Alexander Family Library (Hummelstown)


Tuesday March 29, 2011 Cumberland County

  • AM Kindergarten program Hillside elementary School (9:30)
  • PM Kindergarten program Hillside Elementary School (1:00)


Wednesday March 30, 2011 Mechanicsburg

  • 9:00-9:30 Simpson Public Library
  • 10:15- 11:15 Simpson Public Library
  • Lunch
  • 1:30-2:30 Kindergarten Academy
  • 6:30 Bosler Library


Thursday March 31, 2011 Dauphin County

  • 10:15-11:00 East Shore Area Library
  • 1:00-1:45 Capital Area Head Start
  • 2:15-3:00 Capital Area Head Start
  • 6:00 Northern Dauphin Library


Friday April 1, 2011 Adams County

  • ½ day morning Rolling Acres elementary Littlestown- 3 storytime presentations to Head Start and Kindergarten
  • ½ afternoon Bermudian Springs elementary School Kindergarten assembly with breakout activity stations


Monday April 4, 2011 Philadelphia/Delaware

  • • 45 min. session Charles Santore Branch
  • 45 min. session Fumo Family Branch
  • 45 min. session Donatucci Branch
  • 45 min. session West Philadelphia Regional Library
  • 6:30 Lansdowne Public Library


Tuesday April 5, 2011 Delaware

  • 9:30 Upper Darby Sellers Kindergarten
  • 1:00 Upper Darby Sellers Kindergarten
  • Evening program at Upper Merion Library (Montgomery County)


Wednesday April 6, 2011 Montgomery

  • AM Norristown Public Library
  • Narberth Community Library
  • Union Library of Hatboro


Thursday April 7, 2011 Bucks

  • 1 ½ morning program Margaret R. Grundy Library (Bristol)


Friday April 8, 2011 Susquehanna

  • Susquehanna County Library (Montrose)
  • Blue Ridge Elementary School
  • Forest City
  • Susquehanna Elementary


Monday April 18, 2011 Warren

  • Schedule of library TBD


Tuesday April 19 2011 Jefferson

  • Mengle Memorial Library
  • Rebecca M. Arthurs Memorial Library
  • Punxsutawney Memorial


Wednesday April 20, 2011 Mercer

  • 9:00- 10:30 Greenville Area
  • Stey-Nevant Public Library
  • Community Library of the Shenango Valley


Thursday April 21, Erie

  • Erie Public Library/Erie Children's Museum
  • Blasco Memorial Library





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