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“Reader’s Advisory Rejuvenate for Spring” The 2007 Readers’ Advisory Spring Retreat at the Humanities Education Center Saturday, April 28th, 2006, 8:30a.m. -2:00p.m. http://www.mnlibraryassociation.org/RART.htm http://www.thinkmhc.org/About/about.htm Minnesota Humanities Commission Old MacDonald Had A Farm, I finally got 8:30-8:45 Registration & Morning Refreshments. around to that one… 8:45-9:45 Ice Breaker: "What is one book you FINALLY got around to reading?" 9:45-10:00 Break 10:00-11:30 Hit by a book: Catherine Friend, author of Hit by a Farm, joins us to read from her book and share her experiences as a MN writer. 11:30-12:15 Lunch 12:15-1:45 RA for Seniors: Starting the dialogue for how we can better serve these library users. 1:45-2:00 Wrap Up. Books will be available for purchase and signing throughout day. Catherine Friend farms in Minnesota with her partner of twenty-three years. The author of six children's books, one nonfiction book for adults, and two romantic adventure novels for adults due out in 2007, Catherine would rather write than wrangle sheep, but is proud she can do both. She shares her life with between fifty and one hundred sheep, three llamas, two dogs, two cats, and lots of ducks and chickens. Learn more about her farm at www.risingmoonfarm.com. She has a B.A. in Economics and Spanish, and a M.S. in Economics, neither of which she has used for years. She has held an impressive array of odd jobs, such as working in bookstores, packing cheese and sausage gift boxes, weeding on an organic vegetable farm, and working an assembly line packing boxes of Christmas decorations. For many years she taught writing for the Institute of Children's Literature, then worked as a freelance editor. She currently gives writing workshops, volunteers on the local library board, does chores on the farm, is afraid of geese, and wears an Elvis watch. --she also writes children's books and adult fiction. Reader’s Advisory for Seniors is an emerging area for many of us working the reference desk. RART has assembled a panel of speakers to start a discussion on ways to assist this growing segment of our library users. Janet Kleckner, Outreach Librarian with Anoka County Library, will be sharing her experiences and giving us a few tips. Cindy Gardener, a nurse with Boutwell’s Landing senior care facility, will enlighten us on various ways our most senior population is gaining access to books and information. Liz Geatke, Corporate Sales Representative for Borders Books Stores, will speak to us on the commercial side of serving seniors. 2007 Readers’ Advisory Spring Retreat Registration Name:___________________________ Library:_____________________ Address:_____________________________ E-mail:_________________________ City/State/Zip:___________________________ Phone Number:_______________ Note: The registration includes parking, morning refreshments, and lunch. Early Registration, before April 13th, MLA Member-$35.00 Non-MLA Member-$45.00 Late* Registration, after April 13h, MLA Member-$45.00 Non-MLA Member-$55.00 *Registrations after April 20th risk not being able to receive lunch.* Checks payable to MLA please. Luncheon: Main course to be determined; each selection is accompanied with a seasonal vegetable preparation, bread, soup, and dessert. Vegetarian Option Send registration form with payment by Friday April 13th for Early Registration to: RART 2007 Reader’s Retreat, c/o Angie Noyes, Forest Lake Branch / WCL 220 North Lake Street, Forest Lake, MN 55025. From Minneapolis or St. Paul: Take 94 east to 35E north Humanities Education Center Exit on Maryland Avenue and turn right 987 East Ivy Avenue St. Paul, MN 55106 Go 1.7 miles to Earl Street and turn left 651-774-0105 (toll free 866-268-7293) press 0 for front desk or Go 4 blocks to East Ivy Avenue and turn left press 2 for recorded directions You will see the Center to your right From the East: Take 94 west to 35E north Exit on Maryland Avenue Turn right on Maryland Avenue Go 1.7 miles to Earl Street and turn left Go 4 blocks to East Ivy Avenue and turn left You will see the Center to your right From the North: Take 35E south to the Maryland Avenue exit Turn left on Maryland Avenue Go 1.9 miles to Earl Street and turn left Go 4 blocks to East Ivy Avenue and turn left You will see the Center to your right From the South: Take 35E north to Maryland Avenue exit Turn right on Maryland Avenue Go 1.7 miles to Earl Street and turn left Parking: The parking lot is located to the right and back of the Center. (The driveway and lot on the left side of the Go 4 blocks to East Ivy Avenue and turn left building is for the senior citizens' apartment building located behind the Center. Please do not park there.) You will see the Center to your right Overflow parking is available on adjacent city streets. The Humanities Education Center is a restored 1924 golden stucco building with a red tile roof. The front door is between two white marble pillars and faces Ivy Avenue.