Rockin’ Robbins Book Cart Drill Team Wins Another Trophy!

Yesterday was the 10th annual Massachusetts Library Association Book Cart Drill Team competition & the Robbins Library Rockin’ Robbins Book Cart Drill Team snagged another first place trophy!

This year we were inspired by the 2017 solar eclipse (& the eclipse glasses that were in high demand!) and performed to Bonnie Tyler’s Total Eclipse of the Heart!

This year’s entries were judged on technical ability (uniformity, organization, precision, degree of difficulty, unique moves), artistic impression (choreography, music, crowd appeal, costumes, cart decor), and videography (creative shots, angles, timing).

What is a Book Cart Drill Team? From the DEMCO website: “People from all over the United States put together drill teams to represent their libraries. From just three people to as many as sixteen, librarians practiced dance moves with the aid of their book carts! Fun formations, music and crazy costumes made the competitions spectacular!”

We had so much fun making the video & hope you ❤ watching it!

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5 Responses to Rockin’ Robbins Book Cart Drill Team Wins Another Trophy!

  1. Verónica RB says:

    Thank you for all your hard work!!!! ❤

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  3. Therese Henderson says:

    Rock On, Drill Team! Another reason I LOVE to live in Arlington, thank you! tzh

  4. Karin T says:

    I think this is your best one yet – love the theme!!

  5. Mindy says:

    NERDS! (And I mean that in the BEST POSSIBLE WAY)

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