The *ARLIS/NA + VRA 2016 Joint Conference* is just 18 weeks away.

Just think, as the rest of country struggles through the dregs of winter,
you can legitimately visit Seattle, City of Flowers, just as the cherry
blossoms peak.  Enjoy breathtaking views of Puget Sound, the Cascade
mountain range, Mt. Rainier, and the Seattle cityscape - all from your
conference hotel room at the Westin Seattle.

In addition to inspirational speakers, information-packed sessions and
terrific opportunities for making “Natural Connections” with colleagues and
friends, old and new, the conference schedule allows you a free weekend at
either end.  Come early, stay late and check out what Seattle
<> has to offer:  stunning
natural landscapes, unique architecture (from terra cotta decoration to the
1962 Space Needle), fabulous food & drink and a huge variety of cultural
activities. Within an hour's drive or ferry ride, you may find yourself at
Bainbridge Island, on a trail, whale-spotting, or high above the city in
the dome of the Space Needle. Pick your adventure, Seattle has it!

For the next 4 months, the Joint Conference publicity team will share
highlights of the Joint Conference and Seattle, tips for traveling to and
around the city, and insider tips only the locals know.  Stay in touch with
developments via the Joint Conference web site and blog
<>, ARLIS/NA & VRA listservs,
Facebook and Twitter feeds, and ARLIS/NA's Pinterest & Instagram.

*Registration opens December 1.   *Seattle in 2016 :  Don’t miss it!

With excitement from your Joint Conference publicity chairs,

Stephanie Beene (VRA) and Sylvia Roberts (ARLIS/NA)

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