A Taste of Literacy 

Join us for the Olathe Public Library Foundation's Annual Fundraiser Dinner. Support the foundation and enjoy an evening of dinner and entertainment. 

This year's speaker is Matt Keenan is a free-lance columnist, attorney and father. Keenan has published a bi-weekly humor column for more than twelve years in the Kansas City Star. His first book, Call Me Dad, Not Dude, was published in 2007 and remains popular today. The Sequel, includes his best columns since his first book was published and helps parents stay sane while raising teenagers. Keenan has been practicing law with Shook, Hardy and Bacon for over 30 years. He and his wife, Lori, have four children and live in Leawood, Kansas. 

Filet mignon and cedar planked salmon will be served and a cash bar will be available. Attire is business casual.  

Saturday, October 1 at 6:30pm at the Hilton Garden Inn (12080 S. Strang Line Rd. Olathe, KS 66062)

Tickets are $75 per person ($35 is tax-deductible). Please RSVP by September 26. Sponsorships are also available. 

Sponsor Levels of Giving 

Chaucer ($3,600) 3 tables/24 reserved seats
Gutenberg ($2,400) 2 tables/16 reserved seats
Shakespeare ($1,200) 1 table/8 reserved seats
Hemingway ($900) 6 seats
Dickens ($600) 4 seats
Twain ($300) 2 seats

Ticket proceeds support the Olathe Public Library Foundation, a component fund of the Community Fund of Johnson County established for the purpose of enhancing facilities, providing books, and adding other services for the Olathe Public Library System. While public funds make libraries possible, it is private gifts that make them flourish. The Olathe Public Library Foundation ensures that the library system remains a vital community resource by providing a long-term supplemental funding program to assist in providing services not available through traditional tax-base funding. Foundation contributions are used to offset some of the costs of library system automation, expansion of reference and circulating collections, programming, and assistance for the disabled. 

For more information or for tickets, contact Library Director, Emily Baker at 913-971-6880.