Events 2006 | The second annual Mother Goose Poetry Slam
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2006
WILLIAM PITT STUDENT UNION
Test your knowledge of Mother Goose by rhyming against the competition. This works like a Spelling Bee--when you’re out of rhymes, you’re out of the contest.
The last rhymer standing wins!
Here’s your chance to slam! Put your own spin on Mother Goose by performing your Mother Goose rhyme in parody, with puppets, as a dramatic recitation, accompanied by song, or dance interpretation.
Contestants will be judged on creativity, originality, and overall presentation.
MOTHER GOOSE TRIVIA COMPETITION:
Be the first to correctly answer a question about a Mother Goose rhyme and win a prize.
Make puppets! Win prizes! Meet faculty, staff & area educators! Refreshments for All!
Flashdrives, Subscriptions to Black, White and Read All Over: Children’s Lecture Series, Puppets, T-Shirts, The annotated Mother Goose—First edition, Barnes & Noble certificates and a few Surprises!
Judges and presenters from Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences, School of Education, University Library System.