Idea totally & utterly stolen from Heidi
(who is not only a rockin' librarian, but also a fellow Bryn Mawr alum).
Heidi is a Seattle native, so she's got plenty of scoop on where to eat & how to get around. Also potentially useful in this regard: the ALA Midwinter Meeting Wiki
Here's my schedule, for now:Saturday, January 20
ALA-APA Fundraising Committee, 10:30-12:30
YALSA Gaming Interest Group, 1:30-2:30
Quick Picks for Reluctant YA Readers, 2:30-3:30
YALSA Publications Committee, 4-6 PM
Seattle Public Library Atherton Reception with the divine Liz B
, 7-9 PMSunday, January 21
Teen Tech Week Kick-Off, 10:30-12:30
Quick Picks, 1:30-3:30
YALSA Board II, 4-6 OR Pop Culture in Libraries, 4-6
YALSA 50th Anniversary Kick-Off, 7-9 PMMonday, January 22 -- Happy Birthday, Mom!
Youth Media Awards, 8-9 AM
ALA Exec Board Forum, 11:30 AM (re-check time)
Best Books for Young Adults, 4-6 PM
YALSA/ALSC/AASL Joint Membership Reception 6-8 PM
Somewhere in there, I also plan to have a meal or drinks with Rochelle
and my library school pal Chris.
I'm staying at the Sheraton, and it'll be best to reach me by cell. E-mail or IM me if you want the number.
Labels: ALA, midwinter meeting, my so-called overscheduled life, YALSA