Library Legislative Day - Register for March 22 Rescheduled Event with Rally!

Posted by Lisa Strand on Tuesday, March 08, 2011 in State Legislation/Initiatives
Library Legislative Day has been rescheduled: It will be held Tuesday, March 22 at Monona Terrace Convention Center. Register today! (If you registered for the original event, please re-register if you plan to attend; you do not need to pay again, of course.)

It is more important than ever that the funding needs of library programs be articulated to state legislators. Please join us for the largest library advocacy event of the year. This is held in conjunction with the WEMTA annual conference, and school librarians and their school colleagues will be able to join in much larger numbers than usual.

New feature! At 9:30 a.m. gather with your fellow library supporters on Olin Terrace (an outdoor space at Monona Terrace at the entrance to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard) and march to the State Capitol for a brief rally.

You do not need to register for Library Legislative Day (though we hope you will) to participate in the rally; please encourage all library supporters to join us on Olin Terrace at 9:30 a.m.

Please join WLA in thanking WEMTA for their generosity and flexibility as we reworked the LLD schedule within their conference.
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