Travel Schedule 2005-2006 and beyond

This is going to be an odds and ends day. Work continues on the current non-fiction project that is due at the end of the month. (Oh, no, I’m not nervous about making that deadline. Not at all. Nope, not me…) I’m reading another book by David Hackett Fischer, whom I adore because of his source citations.

Also need to clean the apartment, pack, and do all the other necessary stuff so I can leave tomorrow for the trip up North. I’ll be visiting schools in Central New York from 2/11 – 2/18.

Speaking of schedules, we’ve started to look toward the fall and beyond. I set aside four weeks each spring and each fall for school visits. The only time I can visit schools is during those weeks. I am open to speaking at conferences year-round, because they tend to fall on the weekends.

This is how the schedule is shaping up. Note – there are some regions listed as Tentative and Long-Term. If you are interested in booking me and you are in one of those regions, those are the dates you should consider.

Commitments for Fall ’05:
10/7-10/8 Rocky Mountain Children’s Lit Conference, Greely, CO
10/14 Florida Council of Teachers of English Conference
11/17-11/22 National Council of Teachers of English Conference & ALAN Workshops, Pittsburgh, PA

Tentative for Fall ’05:
10/17-10/19 Florida
10/20-10/21 DC/Virginia
10/24-10/28 Philadelphia-area
10/31 – 11/11 open for schools anywhere

Tentative for Spring ’06
3/20-3/31 Western States
4/3-4/7 Central New York
4/10-4/14 open for schools anywhere

Long-term Possibilities:
Spring 2007 – might be heading to Poland and Europe for school visits. Yeah, I find it hard to believe, too.

We’ve posted detailed information about my visits on the website. If you are interested in having me speak at your school or conference, please contact Sarah Henry, aka The Scheduling Goddess: henrysa78@yahoo.com.

Happy Chinese New Year!

9 Replies to “Travel Schedule 2005-2006 and beyond”

  1. Wow.,

    Wow. You’re not busy at all! I was estatic when you came to UDHS. To refresh the memory of the author, I was the oddball who showed you the poem entitled “Voices”. Wow, I’m gonna stop talking now….

  2. Wow.,

    Wow. You’re not busy at all! I was estatic when you came to UDHS. To refresh the memory of the author, I was the oddball who showed you the poem entitled “Voices”. Wow, I’m gonna stop talking now….

    1. Re: Wow.,

      That was a terrific poem and it was serendipity when you showed it to me. (No way are you an oddball… you’re a writer.)

      I’m glad you guys has a good time. I sure did.

  3. Wow.,

    Wow. You’re not busy at all! I was estatic when you came to UDHS. To refresh the memory of the author, I was the oddball who showed you the poem entitled “Voices”. Wow, I’m gonna stop talking now….

  4. Re: Wow.,

    That was a terrific poem and it was serendipity when you showed it to me. (No way are you an oddball… you’re a writer.)

    I’m glad you guys has a good time. I sure did.

  5. Re: Wow.,

    That was a terrific poem and it was serendipity when you showed it to me. (No way are you an oddball… you’re a writer.)

    I’m glad you guys has a good time. I sure did.

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