Furniture Library To Host Market Events During October Market, Three Book Sales Locations
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The Library is now available for seminars and social events during the show. Offers specialty books for sale at the main location and two downtown showroom locations.
Seminar room available for events and Market parties.
The Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library will be open weekdays during market from 8 A.M to 5 P.M. during the upcoming High Point Market.
A number of events have been scheduled including the dedication of the “Epperson Tower” in honor of Jerry Epperson, who is a long time board member and supporter of the library. This event will be held Thursday, October 11 at 5P and is open to the public.
Unlimited Furniture is hosting a reception in the Vucannon Room for retailers on October 13, 2012. Thibaut Designs is holding a board meeting on October 16th. Both of these events are by invitation only.
The Library makes space available for classes, professional meetings, seminars, conferences, lectures and art events. It encourages colleges and universities to utilize this space for class instruction and research. Industry related organizations are also invited to take advantage of the room for meetings and conferences. Located in converted historic High Point home, the Library was recently renovated to provide guests with elegant spaces to study, browse or network, about a mile north of the IHFC. The conference room space with catering kitchen can accommodate up to 35 guests comfortably, surrounded by over 5,000 books furniture, design and architecture.
The Library operates a specialty bookstore selling significant contemporary works, out-of-print, and hard-to-find volumes. Most Library services are free. There are auxiliary Book Sale kiosks on the 11th Floor Hamilton Bridge IHFC and Suites at Market Square Made In American Floor 1-700.
About Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library: The Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library—a worldwide center for research, design, and collaboration—holds the world's largest collection of rare and significant books on the history and design of furniture. Founded in 1970 and endowed by the Bienenstock family, the Library is devoted the advancement of knowledge about design, furniture, interiors, architecture, textiles, finishes, and constructions.
For more information on holding an event at the Library, contact Karla Webb, Curator at 336-883-4011, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.furniturelibrary.com.
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