Dormann Library to Host Bullet Journaling Workshop
Do you know what a Bujo is? Would you like to find out? A Bujo is what some folks call their Bullet Journals. A bullet journal is more than just a calendar – it is a place to keep a diary, keep lists of important dates, and you can even doddle in it, if you want. If you would like to learn more about keeping a bullet journal, come to the Dormann Library on Wednesday, Feb. 26, at 6 p.m.. This free program is open to teens and adults.
Presenting this program is one of our teen volunteers, Tawnie T. She says that a bullet journal is “a place to be yourself. There is no right or wrong way to do it.” Tawnie got interested in journaling from a friend. It turned out that her math teacher, Mrs. Ratchford, keeps a bullet journal and from there a new afterschool club formed. They meet on Friday afternoons in Mrs. Ratchford’s classroom to work on their journals.
As part of her community service hours for school, Tawnie (with assistance from Mrs. Ratchford) will share some background info about bullet journaling and share a list of suggested supplies. The rest of the program will be dedicated to working on our own journals. Every program participant will receive a small “goodie bag” of items to help personalize their journals.
Registration is required for the program. Adults can register at the library or by calling 607-776-4613. Teens that attend Haverling High School can sign up with Mrs. Ratchford. Please bring a notebook if you have one (a composition style notebook works great!). We will have a few extra notebooks available that evening.