It is with great joy that I report that I will be spending two weeks in October in Poland, touring public libraries and speaking at a national conference (congress).
From October 12-26 I will be in Poland, starting in Warsaw and then visiting the cities and libraries of Zielona Góra, Gorzów Wlkp, Kraków, Opole, Kielce, and Olsztyn.
This is part of the Embassy’s “America @ Your Library” program, so I will be discussing participatory library services and how libraries are doing amazing things here in the US. I am thrilled to have this opportunity and am looking to you, my readers, for some help.
- What should I be sure to cover? What public library programs and services have wowed you completely?
- If you’ve been to Poland, what should I be sure to visit/see/do/eat/drink?
Look for some interesting updates coming from me in October as I travel to Eastern Europe for the first time. In the meantime, all ideas are welcome!