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Hi everyone,

We're super excited to announce DC/SLA's first program for 2013! Whether
we’re covering the reference desk, working with IT staff, justifying our
budgets/services to decision makers, or doing some kind of outreach let’s
face it strong creative communication skills are essential.

Join DC/SLA for Librarians Can Act! This two hour class with Theatre Lab, a
local nonprofit school for the dramatic arts, will help you refine your
communication skills via improv and creativity exercises. You’ll get a
chance to get to know your fellow DC/SLA members better after a series of
networking exercises.

*Sign up fast seats in this interactive workshop are extremely limited!*

*Date: * January 23 2013 7pm to 9pm

*Location:*  Theatre Lab 733 8th Street Northwest  Washington, DC 20001

*Closest Metro Station:*  Gallery Place/Chinatown (Red, Green, Yellow lines)

*Price:*  $30 – 40% discount off normal registration price!

*Register: http://dc.sla.org/events/?regevent_action=register&event_id=204*

*More information about Theatre Lab from their website:*
http://www.theatrelab.org/about.asp

*“At Theatre Lab I’ve become so much more outgoing and confident—not just
on the stage but in everyday life.” *

"Founded in 1992, The Theatre Lab is Washington, D.C.’s largest and most
comprehensive independent, nonprofit school for the dramatic arts. Our
mission is to transform lives through theatre. We work to make the
real-life benefits of theatre training accessible to all regardless of age,
income, or experience level." (http://www.theatrelab.org/about.asp)
Cheers,
Chris

-- 
Christopher M. Vestal
Government Consultant, LexisNexis
DC/SLA 2013 President-Elect

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