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The SFSC Library has celebrated the holiday for several years offering an assortment of activities and prizes for attendees including craft projects, a costume box for photos, and games. “We’ll have a pirate-themed mad lib activity and give prizes for the best ones,” said Lena Phelps, head librarian, who donates prizes for the event.
International Talk Like a Pirate Day was started on a whim by John Baur and Mark Summers. The two men discovered that talking like stereotypical pirates during a poorly played game of racquetball made everything more fun. They decided to celebrate the holiday annually on Sept. 19. The holiday gained wider recognition when the Miami Herald’s Dave Barry wrote about it in his column. Baur and Summers had emailed Barry and encouraged him to highlight the holiday that they had created. The column was published in 2002, and Talk Like a Pirate Day has been celebrated internationally ever since.
SFSC Library’s celebration will be held in the Learning Resources Center (Building Y), on the SFSC Highlands Campus in Avon Park. Costumes are welcome.
For more information on the SFSC Library’s celebration, contact Claire Miller, SFSC librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 863-784-7305.