New York City Libraries Bus Tour

Friday November 14, 2008
6:00/6:30 AM (bus pick up in Maryland) - around 9:00 pm (bus drop off in

Costs: MLA members $85, Non-members $128, Students $72

Explore two of New York City's best cultural attractions.  Our first
tour will be of the Paley Center for the Media, the world's foremost
institution dedicated to the discussion of the cultural, creative
andsocial significance of television, radio and emerging platforms for
the professional community and media-interested public.  Lunch is on
one's own- a list of suggested nearby eateries will be provided.  We
will reconveneat 1:30 PM to tour the Museum of Modern Art Library, a
comprehensive collection devoted to modern and contemporary art.  Note:
the tour cost does not include admission to the Museum of Modern Art
($20) itself, only the cost of admission for the library tour.
Librarians at both museums will discuss the services they provide
researchers and will exhibit select items from their collections.  There
will also be free time to experience some of the cultural riches of the
City on your own.

The bus will leave from a TBA location at 5:30 PM.

There will be two morning bus pick up locations.  The first pick up will
leave the Rolling Road/I-195 park and ride at 6:00 AM.  The second pick
will leave the Providence Road/I-695 park and ride at 6:30 AM.
Attendees are asked to include their chosen pick up location when
registering for
the program.  A light breakfast snack will be provided.

Register online at, or
call the MLA office at 410.947.5090.

Contact  Lucy Holman at 410.837.4333 or [log in to unmask], Katy Sullivan
at 410.455.1783 or [log in to unmask], or Joanne Helouvry at 410.617.6834
or [log in to unmask], with any questions.

MLA cannot issue refunds for any cancellations after October 31, 2008.
This program is worth 2.5 contact hours for continuing education.

This program is sponsored by the Academic and Research Libraries
Division of the Maryland Library Association and Md chapter of ACRL.



Lucy Holman

Director, Langsdale Library

University of Baltimore

1420 Maryland Avenue

Baltimore, MD  21201