Midwest Annual Meeting 2017

This year, we will be gathering in Bloomington, Indiana, April 7-8, 2017. Home to Indiana University and Breaking Away, there is a lot to do and much to see! Continue to check in with the website as event details are updated.

Registration is now open. To register, email: kharding(at)charlestonlibrarysociety(dot)org

We hope you join us! Lodging information is at the end of this post.

F R I D A Y,  A P R I L  7 th

1:00-2:00pm. E. Lingle Craig Preservation Lab Tour
Auxiliary Library Facility
851 North Range Rd, 47408

Tour the building for a behind the scenes look at the preservation lab that treats book and paper materials from the Indiana University collections. The lab is home to general collections conservation, paper conservation, automated box-making, and special collections conservation and exhibit prep.

FOR PARKING: Please park in the ST labeled parking spaces (directly east of the ALF facility). Do not park in the EM-S spaces.     To find the lab: Enter the front doors into the vestibule. On the east wall, the left side as you face into the lab, there is a phone to ring into the work areas. Select the button marked “Preservation” then press the “Call” button to ring the Preservation Lab. A staff member will meet you at the door.

3:00-4:00pm. Lilly Library Collection Highlights
Lilly Library, Slocum Room
1200 E. 7th St, 47405

We have curated a selection of materials from the vast holdings of the Lilly Library. This is a unique opportunity to see some amazing items including: fine bindings, artists’ books, and historic materials selected especially for our group.

FOR PARKING: Parking is strictly enforced on campus, however, there are two paid lots near the library. The Lilly Library will validate your parking ticket for a reduced rate. The Indiana Memorial Union lot. Visit this page for more info.

4:00-4:30pm. Registration
Lilly Library, Slocum Room
1200 E. 7th St, 47405

We will have a table set up 30 minutes before the lecture. The rest will be handed out at the annual meeting on Saturday morning.

4:30-6:00pm. Lecture with Jim Canary
Lilly Library, Slocum Room
1200 E. 7th St, 47405

Dinner on your own

 

S A T U R D A Y,  A P R I L  8 th

All events on Saturday will take place at the E. Lingle Craig Preservation Lab Tour & Auxiliary Library Facility (ALF). 851 North Range Rd, 47408.

8:30-9:00am Breakfast

Come enjoy a light breakfast of bagels, coffee, and juice before we start our busy day together.

9:00-10:00am. ANNUAL MEETING

Join us for the reason we all come together this weekend! Give your input on the Chapter’s activities and learn the plans for the coming year.

10:00am-4:00pm. Workshops

Pick from one of two workshop options. Both workshops cost $70.00 plus individual supply fees, listed below. A few audit spots are available for $30.00 once workshops fill.

Awl Shapes and Sizes with Brien Beidler.(left image) Supply fee $15.
The Conductive Book with Mary Uthuppuru. (right image) Supply fee $20.
Full descriptions here.

12:30-1:15pm. Lunch

Lunch is on us! The chapter will cater lunch this year. Menus will be sent with registration confirmation.

6:30pm. Dinner

Location: TBA

 

S U N D A Y,  A P R I L  9 th

No activities are planned. However, there are several fantastic breakfast and brunch options in town! See below for a few…

Breakfast/Brunch
Runcible Spoon Cafe & Restaurant. 412 E 6th St.
Uptown Cafe. 102 E. Kirkwood Ave.
The Village Deli. 409 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Scholars Inn Bakehouse. On College Ave. on the square and by Target on E. 3rd st.
Scenic View. 4600 S. State Rd. 446
Feast Bakery Cafe. 581 E. Hillside
Btown Diner. 211 N. Walnut St
Bloomington Bagel Company (BBC).
425 E. Kirkwood; 238 N. Morton St.; 913 S. College Mall Rd; 1318 E. 3rd St.
Farm Restaurant. 108 E. Kirkwood Ave.
The Owlery Restaurant (Vegan and Vegetarian). 118 W. 6th St.

Coffee and baked goods
Soma Coffee House & Juice Bar. 322 E. Kirkwood; 1400 E. 3rd St.; 1815 E 10th St.
Rainbow Bakery (vegan). 201 S. Rogers St.
Hopscotch Coffee. 235 W Dodds St. Stw 102.

 

L O D G I N G

The weekend’s events will take place at the Auxiliary Library Facility (ALF) and on campus at the Lilly Library on Friday, and at the ALF and Downtown Bloomington on Saturday.

Bloomington is a small town so anywhere you stay will be convenient! Visit the Visitors Bureau website for a list of hotels and B&Bs!
https://www.visitbloomington.com/hotels/

Auxiliary Library Facility (ALF)
851 North Range Road, Bloomington, IN 47408
https://libraries.indiana.edu/preservation

Lilly Library
1200 E Seventh Street, Bloomington, IN 47405
http://www.indiana.edu/~liblilly/index.php

“Downtown” Bloomington
https://www.visitbloomington.com/things-to-do/downtown/

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