Re: ALA-VRT Midwinter Meeting

vidlib@kendaco.telebyte.com
Wed, 8 Jan 1997 10:58:44 +0000

Chris,

Could you please reserve two seats for my wife Anne and I?

Thanks much,

Randy Pitman
Editor
Video Librarian

> Date: Wed, 8 Jan 1997 08:21:04 -0800
> Reply-to: videolib@library.berkeley.edu
> From: Christopher lewis <clewis@american.edu>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <videolib@library.berkeley.edu>
> Subject: ALA-VRT Midwinter Meeting

> All videolibbers who are also ALA-Video Round Table members should be
> receiving your winter newsletters this week. I have a clarification of
> the short list of events that are to occur at the ALA Midwinter
> conference (front page). By referring to the Friday night dinner as an
> "Executive Board Dinner" I have unintentionally made the event sound like
> some stuffy business affair restricted to high muckety mucks. The truth
> is it is open to all members. The only catch is I need to know how many
> people will be attending to insure we have enough space reserved. So if
> you could email me that you plan to attend, I will appreciate it - no
> later than Jan. 30, please.
>
> If you haven't received the newsletter yet (or are interested in joining
> VRT) the dinner is going to be held Friday, Feb. 14, 7:00pm at City
> Lights of China, 1731 Connecticut Ave. NW in Washington DC (Dupont
> Circle).
> - From the Convention Center walk to the Metro Center station
> (12th and G)
> - take the Red Line Metro in the Shady Grove direction. Its just a few
> stops to the Dupont Circle station - get off there.
> - Connecticut Avenue is the busy street right next to the escalator exit
> from the Dupont Circle station. City Lights of China is a couple
> blocks uphill - to your left as you face Connecticut. The restaurant
> has a sign on the sidewalk and is located beneath street level so look
> for the stairwell.
>