The librarians will be hosting the sixth annual North Street Coffee house on Feb. 12 and 13. At the coffee house, students will witness some of the talent FHN has to offer in the form of poetry, singing, guitar playing, two-person scenes, and monologues. The students will go down to the library during their communication arts classes on one of the two days. As always, the librarians will be giving out cookies and hot chocolate for free. Sherri Pogue, one of the three librarians, looks forward to the talent this year has to offer.
“We look forward to our sixth coffee house,” Pogue said. “It is an incredible amount of work, but we love doing it.”
Students who have attended the Coffee House in the past agree that this is an event to look forward to.
“It was good because we got out of class and the kids were very talented,” sophomore Sam Stubblefield said.
The librarians offer gift cards from actual coffee houses and bookstores to the student who creates the best logo each year. The students can expect a great experience from this event.
“It is wonderful,” Pogue said. “I am always incredibly impressed by what our students can do. Sometimes I tear up. I am just moved by the talent.”