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“Dream Land” Giveaway - “Temple of Dreams” and “End of the Line”

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Continue your exploration of Little Rock’s West 9th Street and its extraordinary history by entering our “Dream Land” Giveaway on Facebook April 13-17. Winners will receive signed copies of Berna J. Love’s “Temple of Dreams: Taborian Hall and Dreamland Ballroom” and “End of the Line: A History of Little Rock’s West 9th Street,” which were used to research AETN-original documentary “Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street.”

Three winners will be selected by random drawing on the afternoon of Monday, April 17. AETN will respond to the winning commenters posts' on Facebook to notify them and to request that they call or email a response with a shipping address. The winner will have 24 hours to claim the the signed copies of “Temple of Dreams” and “End of the Line” and arrange for delivery.

If for any reason a winner does not claim his or her prize within 24 hours, a new winner will be drawn and notified.

ENTER NOW:

AETN “Dream Land” Giveaway

April 13-17, 2017

This contest is open only to Arkansas residents.

To enter, comment on the Facebook contest post and share a West 9th Street memory or tell us what you learned from watching “Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street.”

The post can be found pinned to the top of the AETN Facebook page at: facebook.com/aetntv.

The winning commenters will be notified via replies to their Facebook comments on Monday, April 17, 2017. The winners will have 24 hours to claim the books and respond with their shipping information. The winners will be asked to call or email AETN to arrange for delivery of their signed copies of Berna J. Love’s “Temple of Dreams: Taborian Hall and Its Dreamland Ballroom” and “End of the Line: A History of Little Rock’s West 9th Street.”

TUNE IN:

“Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street” rebroadcasts Monday, April 17, at 9 p.m.

LEARN MORE:

“Dream Land: Little Rock’s West 9th Street” is available to view online — along with photo and material archives, filmmaker biographies and more — at aetn.org/dreamland.