Dear Curmudgeon . . .
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Grass Roots Advocacy
Jan 8, 2015: "A lot has changed at your local library." Intriguing title of the Cabinet Press article by the director of the Wadleigh Library, Milford. Continue reading
More news items on the Advocacy page.
IT TOOK A COMMUNITY TO BUILD A LIBRARY
This inspiring story will reinforce your faith in the strength, ingenuity, and generosity of people. Like the libraries in New Hampshire, the Lincolnville Community Library in Maine is the heart of the community, connecting neighbors, providing resources and fostering lifelong learning. Read more at each link about "how ordinary people taking action for extraordinary change made a difference.”
Sat. April 18 • Hooksett Public Library
Wed. April 22 • NHMA, Concord
Thurs. June 11 • NHMA, Concord
Monday May 18, 2015
NHLTA Spring Conference/Annual Meeting
RISING TO THE CHALLENGE:
Re-Envisioning Public Libraries
Download BROCHURE and paper registration form.
ONLINE REGISTRATION recommended.
For more details continue reading ...
NHLTA thanks our generous conference sponsors.
Limited Number of Sponsorships Still Available for the 2015 Annual Conference
premier educational and networking event produced by NHLTA is the Annual
Conference. The 2015 Annual Conference has been scheduled for Monday,
May 18, 2015, and we are now accepting sponsorship registrations. List of sponsors to date.
More info on Conference & Workshops Schedule page.