WHAT: Book Signing and visit with Janice Holly Booth – join Janice as she shares how she was motivated to begin traveling alone to new places which forever changed her as an individual. She said, “Traveling alone changed me. It changed the way I look at life and at my future.” Her gritty attitude shows from the very beginning of her book Only Pack What You Can Carry. The reader is entertained and enthralled with the vivid pictures Booth paints as she recounts her love of horses, her travel adventures and her self discovery.
WHO: Janice Holly Booth, author, nonprofit CEO, and Executive Director of Classroom Central in Charlotte, NC.
WHEN: Monday, July 18, 2011 at 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: Timken Room – Florence S. Shanklin Branch Library, 7837 Fairfield Forest Road - Denver, North Carolina
COST / FOR: Free public event presented by Lincoln County Public Library
ALSO: Following Ms. Booth’s presentation, light refreshments will be served.
Copies of her book Only Pack What You Can Carry will be available for personal purchase and author autograph.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please call 704-483-3589
Born in British Columbia, Janice Holly Booth is a lifelong equestrienne and avid solo traveler. The former CEO of a Girl Scout council in North Carolina, and former Executive Director for the arts-in-education organization, Young Audiences of Western New York, her many accomplishments have been recognized with local and national awards, including the Presidential Medal of Arts which was awarded to the Young Audiences network during her tenure, the first time in its history the award had ever been given to an organization. Janice was presented a “Hero” award by the City of Buffalo Common Council for her efforts to revitalize the City via public access to the arts. She was also named “Woman of the Year” in 2006 by the Gaston Women’s Commission honoring her achievements and leadership in the community. Her occasional travel series in the Gaston Gazette entitled “On Adventure with Janice Booth,” inspired many of her readers to summon the courage to have adventures of their own. She is also an accomplished photographer and writer, and has published short fiction, literary reviews and editorials throughout her career. She is currently Executive Director of Classroom Central in Charlotte, NC.