GUIDED NATURE WALK
Did you know Salishan is the first golf course in Oregon to be certified as an Audubon sanctuary? Take a 1-11/2 hr-guided tour starting at the The Westin Salishan and head to the Siletz Bay to see the projects under taken for Audubon Certification. Led by a Certified Audubon member. If the group wishes, it will continue on into the "rain forest" to perhaps see more birds. 1 hr walk covers 3-4 miles; 1 ½ hr walk covers 4.5-5 miles each traveled at a leisurely pace. 25 person maximum group size. $3.00 per person.
EBSCO's BIOMEDICAL FULLTEXT SOLUTIONS
This event, presented by EBSCO staff, will cover The Biomedical Reference Collection, a fulltext companion to MEDLINE; The Nursing and Allied Health Collection, a fulltext companion for CINAHL; and seamless linking from citations to full text via EBSCO Smartlinks. Sponsored by EBSCO. RSVP to Hansi Kess, National Conference Coordinator, email@example.com
ROUND TABLE LUNCH
Facilitators and topics are expected to include:
PDA's - Peggy Baldwin, facilitator
Ariel - Cindy Cunningham, facilitator
Bibliographic managers - Daphne Plaut, facilitator
PubMed - Linda Milgrom, facilitator
Benchmarking - Robin Braun, facilitator
Join your colleagues at the Welcome Reception to "2001 Hal-Unplugged, A PNC/MLA Space Odyssey" September 11th 6-8pm. Hors d’oeuvres replace dinner as only Salishan chefs can serve. A no-host bar will be available. At your leisure take a tour of the Salishan Wine Cellar.
COCKTAIL HOUR MUSIC
The Trillium Flute Ensemble has played together for ten years. Jean Funk studied flute performance in college, currently teaches flute and piano, and accompanies the Scappoose High School Choir. Holly Barbour studied for a Masters in Music Education, has taught flute and grade school music, currently is a church choir director, and recently worked with the Victim Assistance Program in Columbia County, Oregon. Judith Hayes, the medical librarian at Tuality Healthcare in Hillsboro, OR, has taught flute to beginning students, is currently a church organist and choir accompanist, and marches in parades around the country with the One More Time Around Again Band from Portland. Together, they have over 100 years in music!
BANQUET UNDER THE STARS
Picture yourself among friends after days of interesting speakers and new ideas, sitting under the stars on a still warm Oregon Coast Indian Summer evening. You are sipping your favorite drink, the conversations are engaging and you are enjoying gourmet food ranging from smoke-roasted beef in ancho chili barbecue sauce; mesquite-grilled chicken marinated in chilies coriander and lime; dungeness crab quesadillas with coriander salsa; Ceviche of fresh seafood with jalapeno and lime and on and on… Make it happen at the 2001 PNC/MLA Banquet September 12th from 7-9pm
POST-CONFERENCE TRIP TO THE OREGON
Join us at the Oregon Coast Aquarium to finish the conference with a flourish. You'll see a marvelous variety of sea life, including the amazing jellyfish exhibit, leopard sharks, huge halibut, saucy sea otters, and pompous puffins.
For more information contact Beverly Schriver, Conference Chair.
This page updated August 3, 2001 by Valerie Lawrence (firstname.lastname@example.org)