'-NOhEioW LSibLrEarTieTsE R of the OHIO LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
ON-LINE FOR TOMORROW
suite 409 • 40 south third street • columbus, ohio 43215
OLA GOING TO MFLA: Performing
Arts Center Visited ... And it's beautiful!
To anyone who has not visited Milwaukee,
you are in for a very pleasant surprise.
The OLA/OLTA Awards and Honors Banquet is
scheduled for the Performing Arts Center in
Milwaukee during the third MFLA quadrennial
conference. This beautiful s i te is just
east of the MECCA (convention center). The
handsome structure may be one of the best
performing arts centers to be built since
the post wa r building-for-culture boom began.
The center has three halls within a
sing le building with facil iti es which make
it possible to effectively mount s ix different
kinds of musical and dramatic performances.
The OLA/OLTA Awards and Honors Banquet
will be held on Friday evening November 2.
Plans for dutch-treat cocktails wi th music
wil l begin at 6:00 PM. Dinner will be se rved
at 7:00 PM in the banquet room over-
• looking the Milwaukee River to the west.
The MFLA program continues to grow. Key-
note speaker will be Richard Bolles, author
of WHAT COLOR IS YOUR PARACHUTE? There will
be question-and-answer session with State
OLA in act ian
Div. VI ,Support. Staff TF
Meeting E. O.
OELMA/OLA Jt. Conf.
Plan. Com. E.O.
15 Div. II, AV Task Force
NUTS AND BOLTS WORKSHOP
Lancaster Br., Ohio Univ.
25 ALA/OLA Chap. Caucus/Luncheon,
(See luncheon Res. included
with this NEWSletter)
Jul y 16 Membership Directory
pub 1 i shed
18 OHIO LIBRARIES Deadline
31 Dupl icate Exchange Requests
due back to chairperson
Nancy Finnegan, Cols. Tech.
24 Div. VII I Workshop
"Spdnging the Media Trap:
Reaching the 4-7th Grader
With Books", Pontifical
College Josephinum, Cols.
20-21 Div. I TF, Service to Senior
Citizens WORKSHOP, Urbana
OCTOBER 31 - NOVEMBER 3
Midwestern Federation of
MECCA, Milwaukee, WI
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