Washington, DC Chapter

Complete Event List (2011-Present)

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This page shows all of the DC/SLA events created since 2011, sorted to show the most recent (or future) event first.

Nonfiction Book Club

You are invited to join the nonfiction book club to discuss Buying and Selling Information, A Guide for Information Professionals and Salespeople to Build Mutual Success by By Michael L. Gruenberg.  We will have a special guest:  the author himself.

Please join us Jan. 14, at Teaism in Penn Quarter.

Price: Free Event

Date: January 14, 2015

Address:
Teaism @ Penn Quarter
400 8th St. NW
Washington, DC
20004 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Military Reference & Research: Sources and Resources

This program will showcase the many hidden gems within the Military Libraries sphere that are accessible to the public. In the morning, Military Reference is featured as info pros reveal places and spaces that are unique to the Military Community.  The afternoon session provides insight into various research resources of the military as well as some of the Federal Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC) partners.  It will be a day of "Military Alphabet Soup" ..... with explanations!

When: Thursday, December 11, 8:30am-4pm

Location: Library of Congress - Madison Building, Dining Room A (Closest Metro: Capitol South)

Price: $25 (includes Continental Breakfast and refreshments during 2 breaks)

Registration: Please register below by Monday, December 8, COB. Space is limited.

If you are paying via FEDLINK, there is a two step registration process: 1) Register below selecting "FEDLINK Paid Attendee"  2) Contact Elinda Deans (ehar@loc.gov) regarding use of your FT account for this Dec 11, 2015 Program.

Questions? Contact Sharon Lenius at leniussa@gmail.com

Price: $25.00

Date: December 11, 2014

Address:
Library of Congress - Madison Building
101 Independence Ave SE
Washington, DC
20540
Metro: Capitol South Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 39

Holiday Party and Annual Meeting

Registration is now open for the DC/SLA Holiday Party and Annual Meeting!

Join us on December 9th as we celebrate the end of another great year! Catch up with colleagues, make new connections, and enjoy great food and drink at the National Press Club. We will also have a brief business meeting to summarize DC/SLA's achievements this year, recognize the 2014 Board, present awards, and look ahead to the new year and new board.

We will top off our year of Community and Fundamentals by hosting a book drive for the US Tribal Libraries. There are over 280 tribal libraries throughout the United States, including 37 tribal college libraries.  They serve as community centers, tribal archives, reading rooms, and homework centers for specific American Indian tribes.  Many of these libraries are supported by the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums, but are in great need of materials to share with their communities. Additional details are below.

Thank you to our event sponsors Safari Books Online and Special Counsel Information Governance.

DATE:  Tuesday, December 9, 2014

TIME: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM (Meeting/Presentation portion will start at approximately 7:00pm)

LOCATION: The National Press Club (Holeman Lounge), 529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor, Washington, DC 20045

Closest Metro Station:  Metro Center (red, orange, silver, and blue lines)

PRICE: Retired/Student/Unemployed members: $15; Other SLA members $20; Non-members $40

Not a member? Consider joining! Annual Membership Dues start as low as $40: https://www.sla.org/access-membership/join-sla/

REGISTRATION: Please register below.

QUESTIONS? Contact Deena Adelman at events@dc.sla.org

 

More Information about the Book Drive:

Topics of Interest:

1. Children’s literature

2. Fiction – Westerns

3. American Indian/Native American literature – Fiction and Non-fiction

4. Non-fiction – related to outdoor activities (i.e. gardening, hiking, camping, etc.)

We’ll have a donation box at the event for people to leave their books. For questions about the US Tribal Book Drive please contact Asheleigh Perry aperryster07@gmail.com

Don’t worry if you can’t make it to the event you can still participate in the book drive by purchasing books for the US Tribal Library Wishlisthttp://amzn.com/w/2U8Y8XF8BPVNI

Price: $40.00

Date: December 9, 2014

Address:
National Press Club
529 14th Street NW
Washington, DC
20045 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Webinar: Solo Project Management: When You are the Whole Team

Solo Project Management: When You are the Whole Team
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
5 to 6 pm ET

The SLA Solo Librarians Division and the SLA New York Chapter have teamed up to present a webinar series with veteran library trainer Pat Wagner of SIERA (sieralearn.com). DC/SLA is a co-sponsor of this series.

The final webinar is now open for registration, please see the webinar details and registration URL below.

Program Description

Most project management models assume you have co-workers and employees to share the work. But if you are working alone, normal strategies like delegation become problematic. How do you negotiate with bosses and customers, juggle obligations, and modify the time-space continuum (or clone yourself)?

Agenda

  • The Key Idea: Evaluate Your Resources, Ask For What You Want
  • Do You Say Yes To Everyone?
  • Even Solo Librarians Need A Written Plan
  • Negotiating With Internal And External Customers
  • Good Intentions (Late Hours) Hide Information About Resources
  • Case Studies

Outcomes

  • Evaluate accurately what can be done with the resources you have.
  • Better communicate limits to bosses and customers.
  • Sort priorities and improve focus.

Speaker

Pat Wagner has been a trainer and consultant for libraries since 1978. She is a frequent speaker at national library conferences and SLA, AALL, and MLA chapter meetings around the US and Canada. She is known for her practical and good-humored programs.

Webinar Fees

$5 – Members of Solo Division, SLA NY
$5 – Members of Our Co-sponsors:  DC, Georgia and Illinois Chapters and the Leadership and Management Division
$10 – SLA Members
$20 – Non-members

Registration

Register in two easy steps:

1.  Pay the webinar fee using the SLA NY website and PayPal at:
http://slanypublications.org/event-registration/?ee=10
2.  Register for the webinar using the URL sent to you in your confirmation message.

*Paid registrants may access a recording of the webinar so sign up even if you can’t attend in person.

Questions?  Contact Solo Division Past Chair Tom Nielsen at: tnielsen@metro.org.

Price: Free Event

Date: November 18, 2014

Career Happy Hour

The DC/SLA Employment and Career Resources Committee invites members interested in seeking/giving career advice or making connections to a happy hour at Science Club in the Farragut/Dupont area. This is an unstructured happy hour but attendees are encouraged to exchange business cards and resumes.

When: Thursday, November 13, 6:00-7:30 pm

Where: Science Club, 1136 19th St. NW, Washington, DC 20036

Closest Metro stations: Farragut North/West and Dupont Circle

Price: Everyone pays his/her own tab.

Questions: employment@dc.sla.org

Registration (below) is appreciated.

Price: Free Event

Date: November 13, 2014

Address:
Science Club
1136 19th St. NW
Washington, DC
20036 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Writing Series: Blogging for Work, Blogging for Life

Why blog? Blogging can help you build your presence in the professional community, grow your expertise on topics of professional and personal interest, expand your career options, develop professional connections, and satisfy your creative spirit. Our three panelists will share their blogging journey and what they’ve learned along the way. Whether you’ve never written a blog post before or you’re a seasoned blogger, this program will provide insight and inspiration from three very different perspectives.

When: Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 6-8pm (6-6:30 food, drinks, and networking). Presentations and virtual viewing will begin at 6:30pm EST.

Where: LexisNexis, 1150 18th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036 (closest metro stations: Farragut North and Farragut West) and virtually via GoToMeeting

Price:
Onsite (includes food and drink): Retired/Student/Unemployed: $5, SLA member $10, Non-member $15
Virtual: SLA member: $5, Non-member $15

Registration: Please register below and make sure to select the appropriate price option. Virtual attendees must also register through GoToMeeting at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/597015152

A recording of the webinar will be made available to all paid virtual and onsite registrants.

Moderator:

Elizabeth Lieutenant
M.S.L.I.S. Candidate and Graduate Assistant
Catholic University of America

Elizabeth began in blogging in 2013 right after she was accepted to library school. During her first year as a library school student, she participated in the SLA Social Sciences Division's "What I'm Learning in Library School" blog series and coauthored a piece for Hack Library School. She has also published seven of her blog posts in the 2013 Best Practices for Government Libraries.

Panelists:

Marie Kaddell, M.L.S., M.S., M.B.A.
Senior Information Professional Consultant
LexisNexis

Marie has been blogging since 2000. She authored a personal blog for 8 years, sharing the funny side of life for a working mom living in suburbia. In 2006 she took her blogging skills to work and started the Government Info Pro blog as a resource for government librarians. Recently, she took her blogging skills to a whole new place – an author blog: Make Mine Paranormal. Writing under her maiden name, Marie Michelle Coleman, Marie recently released the first book in a paranormal romance/urban fantasy series – Bespoken. Her blog serves as part of her author platform. Marie will be presenting on workplace blogging and the strategic use of your blogging experience.

Aileen M. J. Marshall, M.L.I.S, M.A.
Knowledge Management/Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist
The DHS Program/ICF International

Aileen has been blogging since 2010, about a year after she started Library School. Blogging about traditional librarianship at first, she branched out when she discovered her passion for non-traditional librarianship. About four months ago, she re-designed and transitioned her blog Picturesque to reflect her personal writing: She is currently working on her first Science Fiction novel and shares experiences about writing and editing a story/manuscript, among other things. She also just started a new blog called A Journey Towards Health And Beauty, which chronicles her experiences switching to cruelty-free, organic and mostly vegan personal care and other products as well as lifestyle changes. Aileen will be presenting on the challenges of finding your own voice and branding your blog.

Christian I. J. Minter, M.L.I.S
National Library of Medicine Associate Fellow
Welch Medical Library, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Christian has been blogging for six years. She is the author of two personal blogs: Silver Blades & Pink Slippers shares her experience as an adult figure skater, and Climbing the Stacks chronicles her adventures in the world of librarianship. Christian will be presenting on utilizing blogging as a student and new librarian, and finding the balance in sharing your personal and professional life online.

Price: $10.00

Date: November 12, 2014

Address:
LexisNexis
1150 18th Street NW
Washington, DC
20036 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

DC/SLA Board Meeting

DC/SLA's Monthly Board meetings are open to any DC/SLA member. People can attend in person or virtually via webex

Webex info:

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To start this meeting

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Teleconference information

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Provide your phone number when you join the meeting to receive a call back. Alternatively, you can call:

Call-in toll-free number (Premiere): 1-8662130427  (US)

Show global numbers: https://www.myrcplus.com/cnums.asp?bwebid=8369444&ppc=2425247795&num=18662130427

Attendee access code: 242 524 7795

 

Price: Free Event

Date: November 6, 2014

Address:
LexisNexis
1150 18th Street NW
Washington, DC
20036 Map and Directions

Happy Hour at Clarendon Grill

DC/SLA Happy Hour

Wednesday October 29th starting at 5:15

Clarendon Grill
1101 N Highland St Arlington, VA 22201, across the street from Clarendon Metro
http://cgrill.com/

Please RSVP to Jon Fiencke (fiencke@hotmail.com) so we can get an approximate number of attendees.

Happy Hour Specials:
$1.75-$3.00 drafts/bottles 5-8 PM
Half price bottles of wine until 9
Half price burgers

Price: Free Event

Date: October 29, 2014

Address:
Clarendon Grill
1101 N Highland St.
Arlington, VA
22201 Map and Directions

IRC Presents: Open Data/Open Source: Promoting Social and Economic Good

DC/SLA International Relations Committee (IRC) Presents
Open Data/Open Source: Promoting Social and Economic Good

Wednesday, October 22nd
Drexel University, Washington, D.C. Office
5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Businesses, organizations, and governments around the world have all launched open data initiatives to make data resources more accessible to innovators and the public. Join us to hear two speakers discuss the implications of open data and open source on the global stage.

Program Schedule
5:30 to 6:30: Networking and refreshments
6:30 to 7:45: Speakers’ presentations and Q & A

Speakers:
Samir Goswami is the Director of Government Professional Solutions at LexisNexis where he manages renewal and growth of the Federal Government’s data integration business line and directs the development of a Rule of Law portfolio. Previously he was the Managing Director of the Individuals and Communities at Risk Program for Amnesty International USA where he designed a data driven approach to increase response effectiveness to global human rights violations. Samir will discuss open data advances, the insights provided across industries, and the role of open data in promoting social good.

Stuart Ridgway is a senior consultant with the International Trade Administration (ITA), a bureau within the Department of Commerce.  He manages several projects for opening ITA's trade data and making it available for use by Web and mobile app developers. He will discuss ITA's role in providing data that connects U.S. businesses and economies abroad.

Location
Drexel University, Washington, D.C. Office
801 17th St. N,W., Suite 420
Washington, D.C. 20006

Closest Metros: Farragut North and Farragut West

Price: Students/Retirees/Unemployed: $5; DC/SLA members: $10; Non-Chapter Members: $15

Questions? Contact Leia Dickerson (ldickers@gmail.com) and Marcy Carrel (marcycarrel@gmail.com)

Price: $15.00

Date: October 22, 2014

Address:
Drexel University, D.C. Office
801 17th St., NW
Washington, DC
20006 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 34

Battle of the Librarians 2.0

CALLING ALL DC LIBRARIANS!

Join DC/SLA, LLSDC, and DCLA for an exciting night of trivia.

Register today!

Monday, October 20, 2014, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Trivia will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.!

Hill Country BBQ
410 7th St NW (Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro – Red/Green/Yellow)

Price: Free Event

Date: October 20, 2014

Address:
Hill Country Barbeque
410 7th Street NW
Washington, DC
20004
Gallery Place Metro (Red, Yellow, Green) Map and Directions

Nonfiction Book club

Join the nonfiction book club to discuss As a Peace-Loving Global Citizen by Sun Myung Moon.

Price: Free Event

Date: October 15, 2014

Address:
Zorba's Cafe
1612 20th St NW
Washington, DC
20009
USA Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Field Trip: Following in the Footsteps of War

Join Us In Historic Fredericksburg!

Enjoy a day out in Fredericksburg with a personalized flashback to the Civil War through the words of Medal of Honor Winner Lt. Charles A. Clark at the Battle of Second Fredericksburg. We have chartered a trolley to visit some of the spots where Clark recounted his experiences and observations.

We invite all to join us for a coffee and doughnuts "tailgate" followed by a 3 1/2 hour tour. You will have the rest of the day to continue your exploration.

Our guide, Tom Glad, a military librarian himself, has a family copy of Clark’s diary transcribed by his father, but not available in print or online. He will incorporate Clark's words as we follow in his footsteps. As a bonus, Tom is providing us with a takeaway with some illustrated excerpts.

Where: Meet at the municipal parking lot at the intersection of Sophia Street and George Street where you can park at no charge (about an hour south of the DC area, traffic permitting). Other Free Parking within walking distance of the historic area.

When: Saturday morning, 4 October 2014

  • Meet and greet and have coffee and doughnuts between 8 and 8:45 AM
  • Board the trolley and depart promptly at 9 on our customized tour
  • Return at 12:30 PM and end the formal activities
  • Afternoon possibilities: http://www.visitfred.com/listings/things-to-do/
    • Lunch with colleagues
    • Explore, shop, tour at will in this historic area of Virginia
    • Return to any of the sites we visited or range further afield
    • Attend Oktoberfest in Fredericksburg

Sponsored by: WT Cox Information Systems http://www.wtcox.com/

Price: $15 for members; $20 for non-members. Please register below.

Questions? Please contact Wendy Hill via e-mail whill@dtic.mil

Price: $20.00

Date: October 4, 2014

Address:
Fredericksburg, VA Municipal Parking Lot
Sophia Street and George Street
Fredericksburg, VA
22401 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 8

DC/SLA Board Meeting

DC/SLA's Monthly Board meetings are open to any DC/SLA member. People can attend in person or virtually via webex

Webex info:

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To start this meeting

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1. Go to https://reedelsevier.webex.com/reedelsevier/j.php?J=742906663

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Teleconference information

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Provide your phone number when you join the meeting to receive a call back. Alternatively, you can call:

Call-in toll-free number (Premiere): 1-8662130427  (US)

Show global numbers: https://www.myrcplus.com/cnums.asp?bwebid=8369444&ppc=2425247795&num=18662130427

Attendee access code: 242 524 7795

 

Price: Free Event

Date: October 2, 2014

Address:
LexisNexis
1150 18th Street NW
Washington, DC
20036 Map and Directions

Happy Hour at Bar Louie

Join DC/SLA on Tuesday, September 30th for happy hour at Bar Louie in Gallery Place/Chinatown from 5:30-7:00 p.m.

Bar Louie
707 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20001
http://www.barlouieamerica.com/locations/270.aspx?locationName=DC
Closest metro: Gallery Place/Chinatown

Happy Hour Specials 4-7:
$3.25 Drafts
$5.25 Wines
$7.25 Martinis
½ price select apps & flatbreads

Please RSVP below or to Jon Fiencke: fiencke@hotmail.com

Please bring cash to pay for your portion, it makes dividing up the bill easier.

Thanks!

Price: Free Event

Date: September 30, 2014

Address:
Bar Louie
707 7th St NW
Washington, DC
20001 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Webinar: Fifteen Reasons to Quit Your Special or Solo Library Job (or Ask Someone Else to Leave)

SLA NY and the Solo Librarians Division is pleased to present a webinar with veteran library trainer Pat Wagner of Siera: Learn. Teach. Inspire. (sieralearn.com). Registration is now open, please see the event details and registration URL below. Since DC/SLA is co-sponsoring this series, DC/SLA members have the opportunity to register for $5.

Fifteen Reasons to Quit Your Special or Solo Library Job (or Ask Someone Else to Leave)
Presented by: Pat Wagner
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 5 to 6 pm ET

Program Description
Are you trying to decide if the situation at work is serious enough to start your job-hunt, or are you a member of a department with questions about a co-worker’s chronic negative behaviors? The stereotypical “dysfunctional workplace” is about what people say and do every day, and how words and behaviors impact others. From chronic headaches to feelings of benign contempt towards the people in charge, learn the flags that might indicate change is warranted.

Agenda
- Introduction: The Line In The Sand: Take Responsibility For Your Life
- The Key Idea: Why Leaving Can Be The Better Choice For You And Your Workplace
- Why It Is Not Just About Them: How Do Good People Become Toxic?
- Fifteen Reasons: Do You Recognize Yourself In Any Of These Examples?
- Which Reasons Are Most Critical?
- Prepare An Exit Strategy
- How To Keep From Bringing Old Habits To The New Job

Outcomes
- Identify specific behaviors that might need addressing in co-workers.
- Evaluate your own impact on your workplace culture.
- Establish a plan: Always looking for your next workplace.

Speaker
Pat Wagner has been a trainer and consultant for libraries since 1978. She is a frequent speaker at national library conferences and SLA, AALL, and MLA chapter meetings around the US and Canada. She is known for her practical and good-humored programs.

Webinar Fees
$5 - Members of Solo Division and SLA NY
$5 - Members of DC, New England, Illinois and Georgia Chapters and Leadership and Management Division
$10 - SLA Members
$20 - Non-members

Registration
Register in two easy steps:
1. Register and pay the webinar fee using your credit card or Paypal account at:
http://slanypublications.org/event-registration/?ee=5
2. You must then reserve your space at the webinar using the URL sent to you in your confirmation email.

Can't make it in person? All paid registrants will receive the webinar recording.

Send any questions to Solo Division Past Chair Tom Nielsen at: tnielsen@metro.org.

And mark your calendar for the next webinar:

- Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - 5 to 6 pm ET
Solo Project Management: When You are the Whole Team

Price: Free Event

Date: September 23, 2014

SLA NY Conference and Expo

Join SLA NY us on Thursday September 18th at Baruch’s Vertical Campus for a day of learning and networking, followed by an evening cocktail reception.

For more information and to register, see: http://bit.ly/slany2014

Price: Free Event

Date: September 18, 2014

Chapter Open House and Volunteer Celebration

DC/SLA welcomes seasoned, new, and prospective members to our Chapter Open House and Volunteer Celebration on September 16th at National Geographic. We will recognize the hard work of chapter volunteers, learn about committees through 60-second presentations, and hear special guest SLA President-Elect Jill Strand speak! The Member of the Year Award and Leadership Summit Stipend Award will also be presented.

So come join in on the drinks, food, and fun!

When: Tuesday, September 16th, 6-8 pm.  The awards, talk by Jill Strand, and presentation portion of the program will start at 6:30. There will be an optional tour of the National Geographic Society's original Headquarters building, Hubbard Hall, at the end of the evening, around 7:30.

Where: National Geographic Library: 1145 17th St. NW, Washington DC 20036. The closest entrance to the library is off of 16th St. but attendees coming from the metro will find it quicker to enter at 17th St.

Directions:

Entrance 1. Closest to metro (Farragut North/West):  Walk to 1145 17th St. entrance (see NG Store on the south corner).  Head through the building and into the courtyard, and into the next building with the Mars rover exhibit sign. Walk to the left past the rovers, and go up the hall past the box office and restrooms, up the steps and past the library to the 16th st lobby, where the registration table will be set up.

Entrance 2. Enter from the M St. courtyard entrance, on M. St. between 16 and 17. Walk into the building on the left, with the Mars rover exhibit sign. Walk to the left past the rovers, and go up the hall past the box office and restrooms, up the steps, past the library to the 16th st lobby, where the registration table will be set up.

Entrance 3. Enter through the 1146 16th St. entrance, and go directly to the registration table.

Closest metro: Farragut North and Farragut West

Price: Free! Please register below.

Questions? Please contact Deena Adelman at PresidentElect@dc.sla.org

Thank you to our sponsors Proquest and Dow Jones and our host National Geographic.

Price: Free Event

Date: September 16, 2014

Address:
National Geographic Society
1145 17th St N.W.
Washington , DC
20036
USA Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Create Your Future - Building Your Future and the Future of Your Organization

Create your own future individually, organizationally, and in your profession!

DC/SLA invites all librarians and information professionals to an inspiring and insightful session designed to lead participants to determine the next crucial steps in their careers.  Bruce Rosenstein, author of Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way, will lead a panel of veteran librarians who have stayed in demand and shaped the futures of their organizations.  The discussion will help you organize your ideas, develop a plan, and take action to build a lasting and fulfilling career.  Don’t leave your future to chance!  Start today to make the most of your present and create the future.

Featured on the panel are:

MODERATOR – Bruce Rosenstein, Managing Editor, Leader to Leader; and author of  Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way

PANELISTS –

Dr. Neal Kaske, Library Director, NOAA Central & Regional Libraries

Michele Masias, Chief Librarian, U.S. Department of Justice

Kristin Vajs, Chief Librarian, Research Library, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

WHENWednesday, September 10, 20146:00 – 8:00 p.m.

6:00 – 6:30 pm / Networking & Refreshments

6:30 – 8:00 pm / Panel Discussion & Q & A

WHERE: Jenner & Block; 1099 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC.

Metro Station: Metro Center (Blue, Red & Orange Lines). Public Parking: 1099 New York Avenue, NW, Parking Garage is located on 11th Street – Cost is $7.00 with 5 pm entry (Garage closes at 11 pm)

PRICE: Student and Unemployed: $10; DC/SLA Members: $15; Nonmembers: $20

REGISTRATION: Advance registration required by Friday, September 5.

QUESTIONS: Please contact Mariana Long, Mariana.Long@usdoj.gov (202-616-0991) or Lila Faulkner, Lila.Faulkner@usdoj.gov (202-305-4540).

Price: $20.00

Date: September 10, 2014

Address:
Jenner & Block
1099 New York Ave NW
Washington, DC
20001-4412 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

DC/SLA Board Meeting

DC/SLA's Monthly Board meetings are open to any DC/SLA member. People can attend in person or virtually via webex

Webex info:

-------------------------------------------------------

To start this meeting

-------------------------------------------------------

1. Go to https://reedelsevier.webex.com/reedelsevier/j.php?J=742906663

-------------------------------------------------------

Teleconference information

-------------------------------------------------------

Provide your phone number when you join the meeting to receive a call back. Alternatively, you can call:

Call-in toll-free number (Premiere): 1-8662130427  (US)

Show global numbers: https://www.myrcplus.com/cnums.asp?bwebid=8369444&ppc=2425247795&num=18662130427

Attendee access code: 242 524 7795

 

Price: Free Event

Date: September 4, 2014

Address:
LexisNexis
1150 18th Street NW
Washington, DC
20036 Map and Directions

Dine Around at the New Brookland Pint!

Join DC/SLA and SLA/CUA for a dine around on Wednesday, September 3 at 6pm at the new Brookland Pint!

This restaurant and bar specializes in craft beer and offers a seasonal menu sourced largely from local and regional farms.

Location: Brookland Pint, 716 Monroe Street, NE, Washington, DC 20017.  It is a short walk from the CUA-Brookland metro stop (red line).

Please RSVP at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1l8Xn4rH0KA4Hv841Ty9XWjvA3frwgYyBT0lvipVHhy0/viewform

Questions? Contact Kelly Knight at kellylknight@outlook.com

See you there!

Price: Free Event

Date: September 3, 2014

Address:
Brookland Pint
716 Monroe Street, NE
Washington, DC
20017 Map and Directions