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Massachusetts Library Trustee Institute

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Massachusetts Library Trustee Institute
Saturday April 27, 2019
AC Hotel, Worcester MA

MBLC presents the Massachusetts Library Trustee Institute for all library trustees in Massachusetts. This day-long event will focus on advocacy, an essential role of all library trustees. This event is free and open to all Massachusetts Library Trustees, Public Library Directors and Library Foundation members! 
 

9:30  AM                            Registration
10:00 AM                            Welcome

Stephanie Pasha, President of the Worcester Public Library Board

Roland Ochsenbein, Chairman of the  Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC)

10:15 AM                            Keynote Address
Kathi Kromer, Washington DC ALA Office

11:10 AM                             Break
11:20 AM                             Panel on Library Foundations
Les Ball, MBLC Commissioner and former co-chair of the Scituate Library Foundation
Ann T. Lisi, President and CEO, Greater Worcester Community Foundation
Tim Loew, Worcester Public Library Foundation
12:20 PM                             Lunch Session
1:30 PM                                Featured Speaker

Libby Post, Strategist-in-Chief and President, Communication Services

The Massachusetts Library Trustee Institute is brought to you with federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Additional funding provided by the Massachusetts Library Trustee Association. 

Getting to the AC Hotel: 
Parking:
Attendees can park in the Worcester Common Garage at a daily rate of $3. Garage address: Worcester Common Garage, 3 Eaton Pl, Worcester, MA 01608
Train: The AC Hotel is located one block from the Union Station on the MBTA Framingham/ Worcester Line. 

Date:
Saturday, April 27, 2019
Time:
9:30am - 3:00pm
Location:
AC Hotel, 125 Front St, Worcester
Categories:
  Trustees & Friends  
Registration has closed.

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