Folks who haven’t yet seen Bahama Llama in the flesh (er,... I mean fiberglass) can get a chance to see him at the Chestnut Hill Library!
Below are the details:
On Saturday, February 17, 2007 at 2pm, the library will be having a little party to celebrate his arrival to the children’s section of the library. Bahama Llama has been donated to the library by the generous folks that purchased him at the Auction at Chestnut Hill in November of 2006.
Thank you, Jane and Steve Pietrowski!
(Thanks also to PECO Wind for sponsoring Bahama Llama!)
Come and learn about llamas! (I’ll be there to give Bahama a pat on the back!)
Chestnut Hill Library
8711 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19118-2716
(Germantown Ave. & Bethlehem Pike)
Located on Germantown Avenue a half-block north of Borders Books. To park behind the library, enter the Chestnut Hill Parking Lot off Bethlehem Pike. The library gives out stickers for free parking.
For more information about Chestnut Hill Library, visit:
For a little chuckle, check out the llama song!
I found this on the Internet and revisit it occasionally to keep me smiling!
(We all need a little silliness now and then, right Ma?!)