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Spring event: Albertine Books talk, tour and dinner
Please join the New York Library Club for our Spring Event at Albertine. WHEN: Monday April 29, 2019, 5:30 PM-7:00 PM WHERE: Albertine, 972 5th Ave, (bet. East 78th and 79th Streets) New York, NY 10075 DETAILS: A guided tour … Continue reading
SLA-NY Event: Author Book Chat with Glenn Stein, Discovering The North-West Passage
Please join SLA New York for wine & cheese and listen to Glenn Stein discuss his new exciting book, Discovering The North-West Passage: The Four Year Arctic Odyssey of H. M. S. Investigator and the Mclure Expedition. As well as the … Continue reading
New York State Writers Hall of Fame Announcement
The New York State Writers Hall of Fame will announce the 2016 inductees at The Lambs on February 1 at 6:00 p.m. The Hall of Fame is part of the Empire State Center For the Book, affiliated with the U.S. Library of Congress. The … Continue reading
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The NYLC visits the French Institute Alliance Française, June 22, 2015
By NYLC member Rebecca Custis: The library at the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is truly representative of a on-profit organization devoted to French culture in the New York metropolitan area. The Alliance was formed in 1971 from a combination … Continue reading
SLA-NY Event: How many hats can you juggle at once?
Is work/life balance simply a myth, or can a busy professional create a healthy balance between home and work? Join us on February 5th to find out. As well as earning your living, are you a pet owner; raising your … Continue reading
Upcoming Event: Annual Holiday Dinner and Scholarship Award at The Algonquin Hotel Round Table 12/1
The New York Library Club invites you to its Annual Holiday Dinner. Details are below: RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org WHERE: The Algonquin Round Table 59 West 44th Street (Bet. Fifth and Sixth Avenues) New York, NY 10036 212-840-6800 WHEN: Monday December 1, … Continue reading
Upcoming Event: Boo-Hooray Gallery Tour
Boo-Hooray Gallery Tour Thursday, October 23 6pm-8pm 265 Canal Street (bet. Broadway/Lafayette) Free to members $10/non-members Cash Bar at a nearby pub (TBD) following the tour. RSVP to: email@example.com
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Registration is now open for the SLA NY 2014 Conference and Expo!
The New York Chapter of the Special Libraries Association is proud to announce Registration is now open for the SLA NY 2014 Conference and Expo! Invest in yourself! Join SLA NY at Baruch College on Thursday, September 18th for … Continue reading
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Open invitation to the June event of the New York Library Club: CUNY Journalism June 10th 5:30PM (Please RSVP)
The New York Library Club,Inc. Founded 1885 What: The New York Library Club, Inc. invites you to its Spring Networking Event & Annual Business Meeting featuring remarks by special guest, Garry Pierre-Pierre,Executive Director of the Center for Community … Continue reading
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Annual Friends of the Rare Book Room Lecture: Writing the Body
Annual Friends of the Rare Book Room Lecture: Writing the Body Date: April 23, 2014 Time: 5:30 PM Lecture at 6:00p.m.; light refreshments at 5:30 p.m. Special reception and exhibit for current Friends of the Rare Book Room immediately following … Continue reading