Join the Vic Specials group on Saturday 15 October for a visit to the award winning Geelong Library and Heritage Centre (http://www.grlc.vic.gov.au/glhc) and the recently redesigned Barwon Heath Library (details about the library below)
To keep the group tours to a manageable size, we’re limiting it to 20, so get in soon to register.
Look forward to seeing you!
Emerald, on behalf of the Vic Specials committee
THE FINE DETAILS
DATE: Saturday 15 October
EVENT: Tour of the recently opened Geelong Library and Heritage Centre, followed by Barwon Health Library
The tour starts at 12pm, we’ll have lunch then walk to Barwon Health Library (or you can drive).
GETTING THERE: make your own way to Geelong or take the train from Southern Cross Station. Leaves at 10.10am arrives in Geelong at 11.08. It’s a short walk over to the library from the station
NOTE: Limited to 20 participants
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with your ALIA registration number
Cost: members gold coin, non members $5
ABOUT BARWON HEATH LIBRARY
The Barwon Health Library opened its doors at the redesigned St Mary’s building in March 2016, providing a contemporary health library for Barwon Health clinicians and other staff, as well as a focal point for developing regional and consumer health information services. It is a critical component of bringing to life Barwon Health’s strategic goals of partnering with and empowering consumers, improving health literacy within our community, and encouraging the professional development and research skills of early-career staff. Along with the Library, the new space colocates research offices to enable cooperative and integrated research and library services, a board room, a doctors’ lounge, a conference/exhibition/reception space, meeting/tutorial rooms, and informal study facilities.