Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Crank Up That Juke Box and Dance!
The Decorinator and BizMeister were trying to think of some eye-catching decorations for the entrance to the library's youth services department that would dovetail nicely with the 2018 Summer Reading theme, "Libraries Rock!" Queen Settler came up with a true winner: If libraries rock, then why not display a jukebox? So the Decorinator and BizMeister fashioned one out of cardboard, paper, plastic, and, well, you know, decorator stuff.
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That's a Cool Jukebox!
Which Band Made That Record?
Scowl-Face discovered a design flub, however. He crashed his head into the big black note hanging over into the passageway into youth services. So, watch out, tall patrons! Duck!!! Queen Settler demonstrates.
Give Credit Where Credit Is Due
For all you youngsters out there who don't know what a jukebox is, there's a video for that.
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Obviously, since our jukebox is only a decoration, you can't actually play records on it, but you can crawl beneath it through the bottom passageway into (and out of) youth services. But that's only for youngsters. Adults don't get to have any fun.
Congrats to the Decorinator, BizMeister, and Queen Settler for this fantastic display!
Your Roving Reporter On The Go,
Cauli Le Chat
P.S. The intro to the TV show Happy Days (1974-1984) featured a jukebox. Here's the Season One intro (1974). Kids--ask your grandparents who Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, et al., are/were.