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Come hear more at Barnes and Noble on Sunday, February 14th 2010

February 3, 2010

cab_calloway-240×300.jpgLittle Rock, AR – The Friends of Dreamland Ballroom, the non-profit group dedicated to the restoration of the historic Dreamland Ballroom is telling their story at the Barnes and Noble on Financial Center Parkway on Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14, 2010, from 1-5 pm.

There will be period music, reading by local author Berna Love from her soon to be released book about the historic Dreamland Ballroom, and some original story telling by local history buffs.

Kerry McCoy, Chairman of the Friends of Dreamland says, “Barnes and Noble is gracious enough to let us come out and tell the story of the Dreamland Ballroom and 10% of all purchases made by folks who mention the Dreamland Ballroom at checkout will go to the Friends of Dreamland Ballroom’s restoration project.”

More about the Friends of Dreamland Ballroom-

The Friends of Dreamland is a newly formed non-profit group dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the historic landmark, Taborian Hall and its famous Dreamland Ballroom located at 800 West Ninth Street in Little Rock, Arkansas. Concurrent goals include the collection, conservation, and celebration of Taborian’s unique history relating to Arkansas’ African American heritage. Friends of Dreamland incorporated in the State of Arkansas July 31, 2009. We plan to do most of our fundraising in 2010, and begin renovations 2011, our projected Grand Opening 2012.

For information: http://www.dreamlandballroom.com
Contact: friends@dreamlandballroom.com
Facebook: Dreamland Ballroom
Contact Person: Kerry McCoy
Phone: 501-255-5700

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