October 2007


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*** Please excuse cross-posting and multiple postings *** 

It's going to be spooktacular! 

*	Hear Nancy Pearl speak on "The Pleasures and Perils of a Life of
*	Find out who has the bragging rights to say "I am wicked sweet" as
the Colorado Librarian of the Year
*	You may turn into a pumpkin if you miss the authors of Why Business
People Speak Like Idiots
*	Learn which library has both the tricks and treats of an Outstanding
Library Website


You'll have a frightfully good time. 


2007 Colorado Association of Libraries Conference 
November 8th - 10th 2007 
Holiday Inn DIA
John Q. Hammons Convention Center 

CAL Awards Dinner Friday, November 9th, 2007 at 5:30 pm
Dinner tickets can be purchased when registering for the CAL Conference 
Some of the awards presented include: Career Achievement; Colorado Librarian
of the Year; Exemplary Library Media Center; Exemplary Library Service to
Diverse Populations; Library Benefactor; Library Partner; Jean Maio
Literacy; Technology Project; Outstanding Administrator; Outstanding Library
Website; Outstanding Volunteer Service; and Project of the Year. 

For a description of each award, visit

CAL Keynote Presentations
For more information, visit  <> 

*	Thursday, November 8
Nancy Pearl: The Pleasures and Perils of a Life of Reading
*	Friday, November 9
Brian Fugere or Jon Warshawsky: Speaking on the book Why Business People
Speak Like Idiots
*	Friday, November 9
Dr. Loriene Roy: Can an ALA President Get RadiCAL?
*	Saturday, November 10
Nancy Kranich: Information, Civic Engagement and Human Rights

Saturday, November 10
Nick Arvin: Fiction, War, and Community: Not Necessarily in that Order