Zombie Discussion Panel Thursday, Oct. 4 @ 6:30 pm, Rock Springs Library
Posted on October 3, 2012 by Brittany Wells
Disaster preparedness means being ready for zombies. If zombies were real, the Rock Springs Library is making sure patrons are ready for the worst - the zombie apocalypse. Expand your BRAAAIN by attending the Rock Springs Libraryâ€™s â€śZombie Discussion Panelâ€ť Thursday, October 4 at 6:30 p.m.
The zombie panel will be composed of local experts and will be presenting information on all things zombie: what is a zombie, how the zombie apocalypse could happen, what to do to stay safe, and above all why society seems to be so fascinated with zombies.
The public is invited to join the local zombie experts in crafting zombie contingency plans. The panel will help patrons come up with the perfect zombie plan to stay safe in the face of impending decomposition and cannibalism.
Creating a disaster plan will be very important since a zombie invasion is sure to happen. In fact, the living dead will rise on Saturday, October 6 beginning at 4 p.m. in Green River. Hopefully, the public will be ready when zombies lurch through downtown Green River during the Sweetwater County Libraryâ€™s â€śZombie Walkâ€ť. Zombies will hobble from the library to Centennial Park. After a â€ślively" game of flag football, the annual â€śZombie Promâ€ť will begin back at the Sweetwater County Library. Everyone is encouraged to dress in their zombie worst or survivor best for the â€śZombie Walk and Promâ€ť. Cost for entry is a non-perishable food item to be donated to the local Food Bank.
For those whose curiosity is piqued and imaginations are consumed by zombies, be sure to attend the â€śZombie Discussion Panelâ€ť at the Rock Springs Library, Thursday October 4th at 6:30 pm. And donâ€™t miss the opportunity to seek out other zombie fans during the Sweetwater County Libraryâ€™s â€śZombie Walk and Promâ€ť Saturday, October 6 at 4 p.m. If zombies were real there is no doubt that the first stop would be the library.
These programs are sponsored by the Sweetwater County Library System. For more information about Library System sponsored events, resources, and services, stop into your local library, or go to www.sweetwaterlibraries.com or www.facebook.com/sweetlibraries.