This site was developed for the 2009 SLA Annual Conference by the DC/SLA Chapter. We are leaving the site up as an archive of resources and model of ideas for other chapters to use. We do not plan to continue to monitor and/or respond to questions posted to the site.
Last changed Jun 16, 2009 15:41 by Eileen Rourke
CITY VIEWS WITHOUT TICKETS
OLD POST OFFICE PAVILLION 12 and Pennsylvannia Ave NW 9-5 Mon-Friday/check for Saturdays
Kennedy Center great for night views especially on top tier; Catch free program every evening at 6PM
Last changed Jun 14, 2009 09:39 by Lisa Pogue
Join the SLA-DC Young Professionals Group for an informal Happy Hour on Weds. June 17th!
Date: Wednesday June 17th, Time: 5:00pm
Old Dominion Brewhouse, 1219 9th St. NW, Metro: Mt Vernon Square/Convention Center
RSVP and/or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you bring the kids along? Kids Restaurant Week offers a great opportunity to feed the kids and have a great meal yourself. From 5 to 7 p.m., the restaurants will offer a three-course, fixed-price meal for both kids and adults. Adults (and children over 12) pay $29; kids 11 and younger pay their age.
Last changed Jun 04, 2009 22:58 by Karen Huffman
Labels: tours, attractions, museums, dance, theatre, trips
There are a number of upcoming festivals in the area on Saturday, June 13 and Sunday, June 14. If you are in DC for SLA's annual conference a few days early, you may want to mark your calendar for one or more of the following activities:
For additional options on places to visit while in the DC area, please see the following wiki pages for more options:
In the Guide you will find Special emphasis on the Lincoln Centennial, the Green Scene of parks and gardens, and Summer Spotlight which features Festivals, Concerts and Other Celebrations. Other items we'll provide include METRO Pocket Maps, other maps of DC, Special brochures of the National Mall as well as the SLA 2009 Conference Pin. Special Drawings held each day, so be sure to deposit your business card for great prizes. Drawings daily Sat-Tues at 4:45 p.m.; Wednesday 11:45 a.m. We promise the prizes will be easily portable!
Use this hospitality wiki developed by many DC/SLA Chapter members to learn specific things about the DC Neighborhoods, interesting things to do with kids - Toddlers to Teens using the "Our Kids" web site (many coupons for savings listed there!). Our Volunteers have been working on this page for more than a year....it is a real gold mine!
The DC Chapter Volunteers will be available to answer questions, make suggestions and generally welcome you to DC. DC Information Booth: Saturday - Tuesday staffed from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.; Wednesday 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Looking forward to seeing you in DC!! Greta D. Ober, 2009 DC Chapter President
Last changed Apr 08, 2009 21:08 by Karen Huffman
Labels: welcome, hospitality, highlights, 2009, spring
The blooms on our cherry blossom trees mark our shift to spring in the DC area. We look forward to you coming to celebrate SLA's centennial year at the annual conference in Washington, DC. We want to highlight some of what our hospitality wiki has to offer:
We hope you enjoy this collection of resources the local DC/SLA chapter members pulled together for you! In addition, if you would like to purchase a 2009 SLA Centennial polo shirt, please click here to order your souvenir shirt.