Hello, Library Lovers!
Please join us for SLA’s quarterly Library Crawl at the Washington Talking Book and Braille Library in South Lake Union. The WTBBL is a specialized public library serving individuals in the State of Washington who are unable to read standard print material (wtbbl.org).
The event is free to all SLA PNW and SLA-UW members and takes place Friday, June 9th from 4:00 to 7:00pm. Some parking will be available in the WTBBL garage, and the building is two blocks from the transit stops at Westlake and Denny. Light refreshments will be served. Late arrivals are welcome if you are unable to join us at 4:00.
2021 9th Ave (corner of 9th and Lenora streets)
RSVP to Laura Grove at firstname.lastname@example.org; the event is free, however we would like to know how many people to expect. Looking forward to seeing you all then!
-The SLA PNW Board
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Deb Hunt, President of SLA
On Thursday, April 18th, the Pacific Northwest SLA chapter held a student night with a presentation by SLA President Deb Hunt and a panel discussion on “The Expanding Roles of InfoPros in Organizations: Career Path Recommendations and Job Search Tips.”
If you weren’t able to attend the session, or want to recap what you heard in attendance, we’ve got audio recordings as well as Deb Hunt’s presentation slides for reference. Check out the links!:
Panelists Erica Leigh Nelson and Patrick Mishina
Join SLA-UW for their first Library Crawl of Spring Quarter!
On Wednesday, May 8th, we will be making our way to two great libraries: The STG (Seattle Theatre Group) Library at the Paramount & the Cornish College of the Arts Library!Afterwards, join us for happy hour at Montana, a little slice of ….Montana, here in Seattle! Come for all of part of the crawl! 🙂
3:00 STG library at the Paramount (911 Pine St)
4:00 Cornish College of the Arts (1000 Lenora St)
5:00 happy hour at Montana (1506 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA)
The Seattle Theatre Group Library is a living legacy of history for the Neptune, Paramount and and Moore theatres. The library contains binders on a variety of topics from the performers that graced the stages over the many decades, a journey through the peaks and valleys that these theatres had to endure, wall hangings depicting the many challenges along the way, the visionaries responsible for these theatres, priceless memorabilia, and countless signed posters, along with a number of other posters that will be available for sale to the public.
The Cornish College of the Arts Library’s mission is to support and enhance the college curriculum, to play an integral role in academic life at Cornish College of the Arts and to do so in a manner that promotes information literacy and encourages lifelong learning.
Hope to see you there!
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