ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Wednesday, May 29, 2019

8 am – 3:30 pm

Doubletree by Hilton Manchester Downtown
(formerly Radisson Hotel Downtown Manchester)


Registration closed as of May 10

Libraries Transform
Today’s libraries have moved beyond loaning books and this conference will focus on sharing the message that
while today’s libraries still loan books, they also transform both individuals and communities.

 
Plenary Session: Advocacy Bootcamp

Marci Merola is the Director of the ALA Office for Library Advocacy, providing advocacy resources, tools and support to librarians, staff and advocates. She speaks nationally and internationally on library advocacy.  

James LaRue, is the CEO of LaRue and Associates and author of The New Inquisition: Understanding and Managing Intellectual Freedom Challenges. He is the former Director of the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom and the Freedom to Read Foundation.
 
Workshops: Fundraising; Personnel Management; Strategic Planning; Running Effective Meetings including Right to Know; Library RSA’s; Attracting and Serving Teens; Safety Issues in Libraries ... and more! New this year: networking roundtables focusing on NHLTA member-requested topics.
 
Download the Conference flyer and Registration formONLINE REGISTRATION is recommended.

Attention Coos County Trustees: Travel Reimbursements Available
Honoring Lillian Edelmann

NHLTA is dedicating some of the Lillian Edelman Memorial Fund to support Coos County trustees who wish to attend the 2019 Spring Conference on May 29 in Manchester. We are offering $50 to each trustee from Coos County to cover their travel costs (including gas, tolls, parking fees, overnight expenses).  
 
 How to apply:
  1. Submit an application for a Mildred McKay Scholarship to cover the full conference registration fee. You’ll find application information and the form HERE
  2. On the application form, state that you also want to apply for an Edelmann travel expense reimbursement. No need to submit any expense vouchers—the money is yours to spend however you need to defray your expenses. If several trustees choose to carpool, each is eligible for the scholarship and travel reimbursement.
 
NHLTA has allocated $500 for the travel reimbursement fund, and if we receive more than 10 applications, the winners will be chosen by lottery. Applications deadline is May 10. Recipients of the travel funds will receive a check immediately following the conference.
 
That’s all there is to it! We sincerely hope many of you will take advantage of this opportunity. Lillian was a trustee in both Twin Mountain and Dalton, and valued trustee education, so we thought this would be a great way to honor her memory.

 


NHLTA 2019 Spring Conference Sponsorships
 
PREMIER SPONSOR                             PLENARY SESSION
Charter Trust Company, Concord                    Sheerr McCrystal Palson Architecture, Concord

                       

                                                                                 
BREAKFAST SPONSOR                                 
North Branch Construction, Concord                 
 
                        
 
LUNCH SPONSOR
L
avallee|Brensinger Architects, Manchester                                             TD Bank, Manchester

          

WORKSHOPS
Bauen Corporation, Meredith                                     
Dennis Mires The Architects, Manchester   
                                  

Milestone, Concord


Tucker Library Interiors, Bedford


ADVERTISERS and SUPPORTERS
Christopher P. Williams Architects, PLLC  Meredith
Geo. M. Stevens & Son Insurance  Littleton