I will keep a waiting list if people wish to be on one.
Of course, everyone is still invited to attend the Northwest Film Forum
screening of the forum's "Search and Rescue" program, "featuring rare,
obscure, and ephemeral 16 mm films that NWFF and the UW Library Special
Collections department have saved from oblivion."
I do not know how many tables the restaurant has, I only know VRT has a
section reserved, (not a private room). If people show up hungry, I am
sure Lola will seat them at any avalable table even if it is away from
of the VRT section.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Video Round Table Midwinter social event: Sunday night "Dinner
> and a Movie" in Seattle
> Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2006 15:25:28 -0600
> From: Steve Brantley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Reply-To: email@example.com
> Organization: University of Illinois at Chicago
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Announcing the ALA Midwinter Video Round Table "Dinner and a Movie" get
> Traditionally we have arranged for a Friday night dinner, but this year
> we are opting for a Sunday night event.
> When: 6:00 Sunday January 21st, 2007.
> 2000 Fourth Avenue
> Seattle, WA 98121
> tinyurl for yahoo maplink : http://tinyurl.com/y2remm
> "Renowned celeb chef Tom Douglas expands his empire, serving upscale
> Greek fare at the resplendently remodeled Hotel Andra."
> Cuisine: Greek, Mediterranean
> Neighborhood: Downtown
> Cross Street: Virginia Street
> Website: www.tomdouglas.com/lola/index.html
> Phone: (206) 441-1430
> Information retrieved from opentable.com on December 6, 2006
> Space is limited. VRT and Lola will establish a set menu in early
> January (price tbd). Please RSVP by January 15th to me, Steve Brantley
> at email@example.com.
> What else?:
> After dinner we will head over to the Northwest Film Forum for a showing
> of the forum's "Search and Rescue" program featuring rare, obscure, and
> ephemeral 16 mm films that NWFF and the UW Library Special Collections
> department have saved from oblivion.
> The Northwest Film Forum and the University of Washington Libraries
> Special Collections will host a special showing of the Search and Rescue
> program for the Video Round Table. A discussion about the preservation
> issues related to 16 mm films will follow the screening.
> Address: 1515 12th Ave, Seattle
> Phone: (206) 329-2629
> tinyurl for NWFF yahoo map: http://tinyurl.com/y4vwtn
> related urls:
> Northwest Film Forum: http://www.wigglyworld.org/
> University of Washington Special Collections:
> Video Round Table: http://www.ala.org/ala/vrt/newsandevents/midwinter07.htm
> We look forward to seeing everyone in Seattle!
> Steve Brantley
> VRT Vice-Chair/Chair-Elect
-- Steve Brantley University of Illinois at Chicago Daley Library M/C 234 Box 8198 Chicago, IL 60680 312-996-4032 firstname.lastname@example.org
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