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|Zone 1 - (no travel fee) Save $25 by getting another library to book our show on the same day! Call/e-mail your friends! Or, if your public library books 2 back-to-back shows, save $50 on the 2nd show!|
|Zone 2 -$250 travel fee. Travel fees can be shared between public libraries in neighboring counties.|
|Zone 3 - $350 travel fee. In this zone, travel fees can also be shared among public libraries in neighboring counties.|
Your presentation at the Fairmont Branch of the Pasadena Library was outstanding. You are so talented to throw in a little ventriloquism and magic! I would love to see you again this summer. Would you please check your calendar to see if you can fit us in to your busy schedule? We would have a wide range of ages during the summer, from preschool through upper elementary. Thank you for a maaahhhvelous show!"
2 WAYS TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR SHOW!
1. Call or e-mail other libraries within your zone (or on the way to or from your zone). When multiple libraries book Margaret on the same day you ALL can save travel charges!
2. If your library is in a town with a population of less than 12,000, you may qualify for a Tocker grant from the Tocker Foundation. visit here: www.tocker.org - for more information. For summer reading club outreach grants, you must apply NO LATER THAN January 15! Programming: The Tocker Foundation is particularly supportive of programming and welcomes grant requests for support in this area. Literacy Programs, Outreach Programs, Children’s Programs, Learning Labs, etc.
Now Booking Through To 2020 - Call To Reserve Your Date!
Margaret will also book up to 2 years in advance! You can be assured of getting a top level entertainer on the date at the time you request by acting now!
Please find your city on the zone map. The zones are identified below with bands to help you calculate a show, and save money! Once you locate your city, click here for a library request form. Or, you may call Margaret at (817) 980-1760.
Map courtesy of the University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.