Busy End of Summer Schedule
I can see the summer just zipping by and I am getting excited about my Summer Events. The last week in July, I will be going to Zion National Park in Utah with some of my family. When my grandchildren were growing up we spent every spring break at Zion. In fact I have a granddaughter who when she heard we were going to stay in the same park, she changed her flight because she wanted her boys to experience the fun.
Then on August 1st we are headed to St George, Utah for (our every other year) Family Reunion. I love these reunions and spending time with my children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. There will probably be around 30 to 40 in attendance with lots of good food and fun activities. I am excited that so many will be able to attend, even my granddaughter and her family coming from Argentina. This means I will get to see my little great granddaughter who have I have not seen since she was a little baby.
Before I leave for the family fun times I need to be completely ready for my next trip to the Eastern Idaho State fair in Blackfoot, Idaho. Peggy (my publicist and friend) will be spending about a week down in Blackfoot. I'm going to post the agenda as it stands nows..This could be changed so keep watching my blogs.
What an exciting and fun summer is ahead.
August 28 6:30 PM - Presentation for Parents at Blackfoot Public Library. As you may know, I am passionate about the importance of reading aloud to children from top quality children’s books. So its exciting to be presenting the following topic for discussing:
Why Reading Aloud Can Change Your Children Lives.
August 31 10 AM - Eastern Idaho State Fair Parade My great grandchildren will be passing out bookmarks at the parade.
August 31 4 PM - Kesslers Market Book Signing. I will be doing a book signing at Kesslers Market for my books There Was a Moose on Clifford Street and BUMMER Our Pet Bighorn Sheep
See you there.
Jylene Morgan is a retired educator. Writing about her life experiences she captivates her audience by telling the tales of her family’s adventures. The first several books are written about funny exchanges that occur when human and wild animal’s lives come together.
To read more about me, my passion for reading aloud to children and my books go to www.jylenemorgan.com