Introducing the Twin Cities: A preview of things to do during ACRL's 12th National Conference
Minneapolis, a lively city known for its lakes, culture, and high quality of life, is host of ACRL’s 12th National Conference, “Currents and Convergence: Navigating the Rivers of Change,” April 7–10, 2005. Minneapolis and its twin St. Paul offer the convention attendee a wide range of activities and events. From art, music, and dance to architectural delights; from an almost limitless range of dining to world-class museums, sporting events, and libraries, both cities bring the visitor traditional Midwestern hospitality in a cosmopolitan setting. And nearby is the Mall of America, attracting shoppers from around the world.
Fishel, Teresa A. and Newsome, Jim, "Introducing the Twin Cities: A preview of things to do during ACRL's 12th National Conference" (2004). Staff Publications. Paper 1.
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