Tuesday, March 8, 2005

ALA | National Library Legislative Day

ALA | National Library Legislative Day

Please Mark your Calendar--There two months and 2 days remaining until National Library Legislative Day!

National Library Legislative Day (May 3 and 4th)

Come and Participate in National Library Legislative Day 2005! Each year hundreds of library supports come to Washington to talk with their members of Congress about their libraries' needs. Library Legislative Day is a two-day event featuring advocacy and issue training sessions, Capitol Hill insiders as speakers, and a visit to congressional member offices on Capitol Hill. To find out how you can get involved in National Library Legislative Day visit:

Can't Come to Washington? Organize a Virtual Federal Legislative Day! (May 3rd and 4th)

Can't come to Washington? You can still participate in Legislative Day by organizing library supporters in your state to phone, fax, and email Congress on May 3rd- 4th. "Virtual Legislative Day" communicates the needs of libraries to Congress and increases the impact of National Library Legislative Day in Washington D.C. For more information about how to organize a virtual legislative day in your state visit: