LocalNews “Bring a book and take a book” book exchange hailed a tremendous success by: – July 19, 2011 Participants at Saturday’s book exchange at the Portsmouth Market. Photo credit: Nature Island Literary Festival.Polly Pattullo of Papillote Press and a member of the Nature Island Literary Festival has described the “Bring a book and take a book” book exchange as a tremendous success.“We had our book exchange at the Portsmouth Market between 7:00 to 10:00am and several people came, it was a good success. We also had entertainment with two young poets presenting live poetry to the audience as well as pan music. There was a rich range of material to suit everyone,” she told Dominica Vibes News.Ms. Pattullo explained that the book exchange was organized to increase interest and love for reading and to make books available particularly for persons who like to read but cannot find or afford to buy them. Hence, apart from exchanging a book, participants were also able to purchase books at very reasonable prices from $1.00 to $5.00.Meantime Ms. Pattullo informed Dominica Vibes News that the Nature Island Literary Festival will be hosting another book exchange on 30th July, 2011 at the Roseau Market.“We enjoyed doing the book exchange and are looking forward to the second one this month end in Roseau. It will be at the Roseau Market from about the same time, 7:00 to 10:00 am,” she said. Dominica Vibes News Tweet Share Share Share 10 Views no discussions Sharing is caring!
THE annual Turbo Knockout football tournament will resume tomorrow evening at the Ministry of Education ground on Carifesta Avenue.In the last of the preliminary games, Santos U-20 will take on Black Pearl FC from 18:00hrs tomorrow evening.Following that, the quarter-finals will commence on Friday from 19:00hrs.Pouderoyen will play Buxton U-20 in the first of the double header with Buxton Stars going toe to toe with Fruta Conquerors U-20.On Sunday, the third and fourth quarter-finals of the tournament will pit Riddim Squad against Northern Rangers.The final quarter-final match will see Georgetown Football Club playing the winner of the preliminary game between Santos U-20 and Black Pear.The first prize for the tournament is $400,000 with second place bagging $200,000, third $100,000 and fourth, $50,000.