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					SEMINAR FEES                                                                   CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS                                                               The gallery then is this two-storey house with a notably contemporary
P 2,700 Registration fee inclusive of seminar meals (lunches and snacks),      Tayabas, one of the oldest municipalities (founded in 1578 by Franciscan           design; crisp interior with high ceiling, walls of glass windows, a strikingly
        seminar kit, handouts, certificate, and Fellowship Dinner. (Early      missionaries Fr. Juan De Placencia and Fr. Diego de Oropesa) in the                designed stairway, handsome furniture and beautiful home pieces. The
        registrants pay a discounted fee of P 2,500 if paid not later          province, lying approximately 11 kilometers north of Lucena, and 143               modern structure glistens against the backdrop of rows of wooden houses
        than July 15).                                                         kilometers southeast of MetroManila by land travel. It also lies 14'50' latitude   on a quaint suburban street.
                                                                               east southeast of that famous mystic mountain Banahaw. The scenery is
P 3,800 Covers registration fee and hotel accommodations (for 2 nights,        dominated by patches of rice field with an occasional smattering of white
        including breakfast and dinner, starting July 25-27)                   herons and coconut trees. Half of Tayabas is devoted to coconut
                                                                               plantations. It was once the capital of the province, which was also named
P 800    Chartered bus transportation from assembly point at The               Tayabas. The province's most prominent son is President Manuel L.
         National Library (T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila) to Nawawalang       Quezon, after whom the province was renamed .
         Paraiso, Tayabas, on Monday (July 25, departure time is 6:30am),
         and back to Manila (July 27).                                          Malagunlong Bridge (Tayabas) is considered to be the oldest one in the
                                                                               town which was built by the Spanish colonizers, standing enchantingly solid
P 2,700 Accompanying live-in guest (excluding transportation)                  with its five arches that span 445 feet. However, it is not very clear if it was
                                                                               constructed before or after the town church which was built in 1585.
NOTE: For live-in participants, the total cost of P 4,600 includes
registration fee, hotel accommodations for a 2-night stay (beginning July 25   The church of Tayabas, Minor Basilica of St. Michael d'Archangel, is
checking out on July 27 before 12pm) with dinner (beginning July 25) and       103 meters long, the longest Spanish colonial churches in the Philippines. It
breakfast (July 26-27), and transportation (Manila-Tayabas-Manila).            was first built in 1585. This is one of the most beautiful churches in the
Payments may be made in check or Postal Money Order payable to                 Casa de Comunidad was built as a tribunal by Gobernadorcillo Francisco
“PAARL” , or cash/check deposited to our BPI Family Bank Account No.           Lopes in 1776. First made of make shift materials, it became a lavish edifice
5951-0782-06 (do not forget to indicate Mabini Branch, and remember to         in 1837. It was finally renovated in 1973 and 1974. The building was
fax or send to us by mail, copy of your bank’s deposit/acknowledgement         declared a National Historical Landmark on June 1,1978. During its heyday,
                                                                                                                                                                  Seminar Venue and Accommodations:
slip for confirmation). Reservation fee is P 1,000, refundable in full if      it was said that the building was the largest and one of the most beautiful        Twenty minutes or so by jeepney from the Grand Central Terminal in
notice of cancellation is received two weeks before the seminar. Payment       tribunals in the country. And indeed, it remains to be the most beautiful          Lucena City, along the national highway of Tayabas, at Barangay
of reservation fee assures accommodation. Registration on site                 structure in town and the best preserved. The first story is, made of stone,       Camaysa, is one of the best resorts in the province of Quezon. This
requires payment in cash or institutional checks payable to PAARL.             while the upper floor is made of wood, accented by wide windows of capiz           resort-hotel, set in the foot of Mt. Banahaw amid rolling hills, coconut
(Personal checks not accepted)                                                 shell latticework. It has a small internal courtyard. The building now serves      trees, natural springs and cool mountain air has become one of the
                                                                               as a museum and also houses the municipal library.                                 more favorite choices among other facilities in the province.
The Quezon Province, formerly known as Tayabas, can be reached by              Kamayan sa Palaisdaan, the town's most prominent restaurant, is a                  A three-storey concrete edifice, the resort hotel is equipped with 10
buses (such as Batangas-Laguna-Tayabas-Bus Co. (BLTB), Tritran, JAM,           sprawling fishpond where tables are set on floating rafts with thatched roofs      fully air-conditioned rooms, each equipped with tubs, hot and cold
JAC Liner, Philtranco, and Superlines) plying regular routes to Lucena         and the smoky aroma of seafood being grilled with dried coconut husks              running water, intercoms, television sets, and viewing terraces.
City and the Bicol region. From Pasay, EDSA, the bus takes the South           constantly hung on the air.                                                        Cottages are also available, non-aircon but well-ventilated, with kitchen
Expressway, exiting at Sto. Tomas, Batangas, passing by the towns of                                                                                              and dining tables, private bathrooms, and viewing terraces.
Laguna (Alaminos, San Pablo), then Tiaong, Candelaria, and Sariaya,            The Galleria Romero is a new feature of a Tayabas tour. Located at 95
and stopping at the Grand Central Terminal in Lucena City. The trip to         Nadres Street, Tayabas, the house was owned by the late Tayabasin artist           The function room at the Clubhouse/Pavilion is fully air-conditioned,
Lucena City takes about three (3) hours, and a jeepney ride to Tayabas         Jose Romero, who had lived in America but who wished his works to be               with multimedia equipment. Swimming pools and other recreational
from this terminal takes about 20 minutes. Nawawalang Paraiso is               brought to his hometown and shared through a gallery that would be open            facilities (billiards, table tennis, karaoke, etc) are available. The Paraiso
along the highway in Barangay Camaysa, Tayabas (see map for details).          to the public.                                                                     restaurant has a rustic setting with emphasis on Filipino décor and
                                                                                                                                                                  country ambience.
PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES                                               REGISTRATION FORM
Day 1, July 25, Monday
                                                                    (This form may be reproduced; fill out and send copy by fax/email)

10:00 am                  Arrival of Participants and Check-in at   Name:    _______________________________________
                          Nawawalang Paraiso Hotel                            Surname            Given       Initial

10:30 – 11:00             Registration at Reception Hall            ______________________________ _______________
                                                                           Signature               Date                                                      PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF
11:00 – 12:30 nn          Lunch at Nawawalang Paraiso Pavilion                                                                                    ACADEMIC and RESEARCH LIBRARIANS
                                                                    Home Address: _________________________________________
12:30pm – 1:00 pm         Opening Ceremonies                        _______________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                           National Seminar- Workshop on
1:00pm –5:00pm            Technical Sessions                        Position : ______________________________________
                                                                                                                                             “The Roadmap of the New Generation Library
Day 2, July 26, Tuesday                                             Institution:______________________________________________                     Support Staff : Join In or Be Out”
8:00 – 8:30 am            Registration                              Office Address:__________________________________________                    Nawawalang Paraiso, Bgy. Camaysa, Tayabas, Quezon
                                                                    Tel. No. ____________________ Fax:________________                                            JULY 25-27,2005
8:30am – 12:00nn          Technical Sessions                        Email: _________________________________________
12:00 – 1:00 pm           Lunch Break                               Please register me as a Participant. : ____ Live-in ____ Live-out
                                                                                                                                                familiarize the participants with the use of upcoming technologies
1:30pm – 5:00pm           Technical Sessions                                 ENCLOSED IS MY RESERVATION FEE.                                     and enable them to use, apply and appreciate these as they take
                                                                                                                                                 more active roles in managing libraries and information centers;
7:00 – 9:00 pm            Fellowship Night                                   PLEASE BOOK ME FOR TRANSPORTATION.
                                                                                                                                                orient them with the various venues/opportunities that can be
DAY 3, July 27, Wednesday                                                   I WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY (pls. state name below)                     explored for their professional advancement and personal growth;
                                                                                    _______________________________________                      and
8:00 – 8:30am             Registration
                                                                                                                                                teach them on how to cope with stress and burnout brought about
8:30 – 11:00nn            Technical Sessions/workshop                                                                                            by their day to day struggle in the workplace and at home.

11:00 – 12:00 nn          Closing Ceremonies and Distribution of    CONTACT PERSONS                                                              Topics:
                          Certificates                                  Florenda D. Mallari – tel 920-5301 loc. 6610; cell 0917-6027673
                                                                        email: florenda.mallari@up.edu.ph                                        Creating Tech Savvy Library Staff
12:00 – 1:00 pm           Lunch                                         Dionisia M. Angeles – tel 526-8421 loc. 176; cell 0919-5709185           Empowering Yourself with the Internet
                                                                        email: dionyangeles@yahoo.com                                            Cataloging Made Easy via the Internet
1:30 – 4:00pm             Cultural Tour/Departure for Manila            Fe Angela M. Verzosa – telfax 524-8835; cell 0919-6048060; email:        Internet Ethics and Copyright Issues
                                                                        verzosaf@dlsu.edu.ph                                                     Issues and Concerns for User Satisfaction
                                                                        Nenita M. Aburido – telfax 899-4343/44; cell 0920-2904669 email:         Grants/Fellowships to Fuel Educational Advancement
                                                                        nmedina@aps.ateneo.edu                                                   Work/Life Balance : Common Pressures and Coping
                                                                        Rosalinda P. Robles – telfax 735-6011 loc. 5135; cell 0918-2491345                Strategies
                                                                        email: caslib@sanbeda.edu.ph,