November 20, 2014

Meetups on the Roadshow

Josh, Lisa and I are excited to be taking part in this roadtrip but it’s going to be hard on us.  For example, we know we are going to be hungry after our long drives and dehydration is always a valid concern while on the road.  In order to keep going we’re going to need to eat and drink every night.  But we don’t want to do it alone!

While a large part of our trip will be taken up by formal meetings and interviews (and driving), we know there are many great librarians, library staff, and LIS students in every city and you’re definitely one of them.  We want you to be a part of the roadshow and talk to us about what you are working on in your library in these less formal and more fun nightly meetups.   So come out after work and meet some other folks who share a passion for your profession, network with people in the same career as you, or maybe just hang out and have a drink with librarians you already know.  This is a great opportunity to come out and join us as we pass through your city for some after work drinks and lively discussion about libraries in your area.

Greensboro: Sunday, March 11th
Place: Natty Greens
Address: 345 South Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
(336) 274.1373
Time: 8-10pm
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Richmond: Monday, March 12th
Place: Popkin Tavern
Address: 123 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 343-1909
Time: 7-10pm
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Wilmington: Tuesday, March 13th
Place: Washington St Ale House
Address: 1206 Washington Street
Wilmington, Delaware 19801
(302) 658 – 2537
Time: 7-10pm
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Patrick "PC" Sweeney About Patrick "PC" Sweeney

Patrick Sweeney is Branch Manager of the East Palo Alto and Portola Valley libraries in the San Mateo County Library System. He received his MLIS from San José State University and has loved every second of living in California. He is excited about this trip because he has no idea how the East Coast works and is completely excited to meet all the good folks on the right coast. You can find any of his library related brain droppings online by Googling pcsweeney.

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