|Sent on:||Monday, March 24, 2014 12:20 PM|
Dear History Cafe Meetup member,
Whether it's capturing the history of Boeing or the history of the 12th Man, the Seattle Public Library is committed to collecting information and providing programming about what makes Seattle unique--and making it easy for people to access, study and experience the history and cultural heritage of our city.
Last week, several History Café meetup members joined the Seattle Public Library for a small group discussion at Central Library to discuss the ways the Library can help improve the way we preserve Seattle's culture and history. It was a lively and interesting session. We’re doing two more sessions this week and we have a few slots available.
Where: Northeast Branch,[masked]th Ave NE, Seattle, WA
When: March 25, Tuesday from 6:30pm to 8pm
Where: West Seattle Branch,[masked]nd Ave SW, Seattle, WA
When: March 27, Thursday from 6:30pm to 8pm
We've hired a local research company, Paradoxes Inc., to conduct these discussions on our behalf. Please note there are a limited number of spaces available in each session, so if you are interested in participating, please indicate the session you can attend and reply to [address removed] March 24 before 5pm. Once we're received your email and confirmed a space for you, Ryan Bostick of Paradoxes Inc., will send you a confirmation email with all the details. In appreciation of your time, you'll receive a $5 gift card from Starbucks at the end of the session.
Want to know more about what we're currently doing to preserve Seattle culture and history? Visit our Special Collections online or our Neighborhood History Project. Special Collections online or our Neighborhood History Project.
Thanks for your help!
Jodee Fenton, Managing Librarian
Special Collections, Seattle Public Library