Off to Toronto!

It’s that time of year again…the Ontario Library Association Super Conference 2014!

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Meriah and Shirley are bustling off to Toronto to attend this year, and we’re all excited to see what exciting and new information they’ll come back with. As usual, there will be plenty of fabulous workshops, poster sessions, book signings and plenary sessions (which means AMAZING speakers!).  And this year, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is going to do the closing session, so that should be great!

Super Conference is billed as Canada’s largest continuing education event in librarianship. If you happen to be anywhere near the Toronto Conference Center this week, it’s the largest gathering of librarians you could ever imagine. You might be surprised that you’ll hardly see a tight bun or glasses anywhere, and expect to see more than a few young people . Libraries are a great career choice, full of exciting change and expansion. And mixed into all this is an enormous trade show, where vendors come from all over to display their newest fare with regards to books, libraries, technology and much more. There will even be dozens of authors on hand to sign books and do a few talks.  It’s going to be amazing!

The theme this year is “A Universe of Possibilities”, and OLA invites everyone attending to explore, collaborate, connect and inspire…..things we aim to do everyday at our very own library. 2014 is a year of possibilities, and we hope you’ll partake in library events as well as make regular library visits to see what we have to offer.

So, safe travels to Meriah and Shirley, and we’ll see you back here in Carleton Place next week!  Have fun!

 

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