In recent years there has been a growing emphasis on the role of public libraries as community spaces. The modern library is a community centre, social hub, a gathering place and its strength lies in its ties to the community and the relationships that are built with library patrons. The library is no longer just a place where people go to borrow books and find information, but a place where people can go to do things; create things.
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Earlybird rates are available until January 10, 2014. To register, click here.
Session presenters can register here.
Chinook Arch HQ staff and Board Members can register here.
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