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Please join us for this year’s American Library Association Membership Meetings - Forming Strong Alliances: Non-library Partnerships, an open forum to discuss the importance and relevance of forming strong partnerships with non-library organizations within our communities.
Less than 24 hours after Sarah, Duchess of York canceled her appearance at the forthcoming ALA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., revered actress, author, and children's advocate Marlo Thomas has stepped in to fill her Sunday morning slot.
As of today, over 1,100 fellow attendees to ALA Annual Conference in D.C.
ALA Executive Director Keith Michael Fiels delivered a conference update yesterday to members of the ALA Council, the Association's governing body, via the Council's electronic discussion list.
According to GreenPrint Technologies,* every year Americans use enough paper to build a 10-foot-high wall that would stretch from New York to Tokyo. That’s a lot of paper!
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, today canceled her scheduled June 27 appearance at the American Library Association's Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Although her publicists gave no immediate reason for the cancellation, they told ALA that a statement was forthcoming.
Need help from a real person during Annual Conference? Ambassadors are standing by each day of conference. You can visit the Ambassador desk in Regsitration at the Convention Center, the desk in the Membership Pavilion, booth 2525 in the exhibits, or by text message between 9a - and 5p (EDT) during conference.