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Orlando’s Growing Literary Community with Raquel Henry

2019-08-10 14:00:00 2019-08-10 15:00:00 America/New_York Orlando’s Growing Literary Community with Raquel Henry In this talk, Writer, Editor, and Writer’s Atelier Founder, Racquel Henry will discuss some of the organizations and resources that make up Orlando’s rich literary landscape. Herndon Branch - Herndon - Meeting Room 1

Saturday, August 10
2:00pm - 3:00pm

Add to Calendar 2019-08-10 14:00:00 2019-08-10 15:00:00 America/New_York Orlando’s Growing Literary Community with Raquel Henry In this talk, Writer, Editor, and Writer’s Atelier Founder, Racquel Henry will discuss some of the organizations and resources that make up Orlando’s rich literary landscape. Herndon Branch - Herndon - Meeting Room 1

Herndon Branch

Herndon - Meeting Room 1

In this talk, Writer, Editor, and Writer’s Atelier Founder, Racquel Henry will discuss some of the organizations and resources that make up Orlando’s rich literary landscape.

Orlando is one of the United States’ best kept secrets when it comes to thriving literary communities. The Sunshine State is comprised of some of the best literary groups, magazines, publishers, writers, and more. 

AGE GROUP: | All Ages |

EVENT TYPE: | Authors - Books - Writing |

TAGS: | writers |

Herndon Branch

Phone: 407-835-7323

Hours
Mon, Mar 04 Closed
Tue, Mar 05 Closed
Wed, Mar 06 Closed
Thu, Mar 07 Closed
Fri, Mar 08 Closed
Sat, Mar 09 Closed
Sun, Mar 10 Closed

About the branch

LYNX Bus Link 28 E. Colonial Dr. / Azalea Park
LYNX Bus Link 29 E. Colonial Dr. / Goldenrod

The Herndon Branch opened to the public in November 1998 on East Colonial Drive. The branch bears the name Herndon due to the nearby Orlando Executive Airport, which for many years was named Herndon Airport in honor of Albert B. Herndon, a long-time city engineer who moved to Orlando in 1914.

This location has an interesting history. In the mid-90s, it housed a major bookstore outlet. The location, size, and 2-story glass foyer were easily recognized as an attractive setting for a branch library. Only 3.5 miles from downtown, the library has ample parking near retail centers and restaurants, making it a popular spot for information, imagination, and inspiration.

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