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Get Ready for Voting!

 Capitol Choices summer ballot will be coming out in August.  Members, to help ensure the ballot doesn't end up in a spam folder, add darcie.caswell@crrl to your list of contacts.  You must be a member to vote.  How do you know you are a member?  Log in to the Capitol Choices website.  If you are able to log in, your membership has been updated for this year.

NOMINATIONS CLOSE ON JULY 6 AT MIDNIGHT

A reminder that nominations for the July meeting close at midnight, July 6.
Also a reminder that the agenda is now updated as we go. For a link to the current agenda, see here : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BF4bzTASPiKwow8ycliMtml6TPbbHzyk...

NEW : Running Agenda

As we continue to transition to a new website, we have a tool we can take advantage of! Previously, the agenda went up only after the deadline. But with the ability of Google sheets to be edited in real-time, the agenda can now live in real time too! (Or close to it.) https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BF4bzTASPiKwow8ycliMtml6TPbbHzyk... We will continue to let you know when the deadline arrives, and when the agenda is CLOSED for the next meeting.

CAPITOL CHOICES AGENDA FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2017

The June agenda is now viewable on the shared Google doc. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BF4bzTASPiKwow8ycliMtml6TPbbHzyk...

NOMINATIONS WILL CLOSE THURSDAY JUNE 1 AT MIDNIGHT

Nominations for the June 16 meeting will close at Midnight on Thursday, June 1.

Hena Khan in Contemporary Conversations June 4 @Silver Spring Library

The Montgomery County Public Libraries will host children’s author Hena Khan on Sunday, June 4 at 4 pm. Ms. Khan was a presenter at the MCPL Diversity in Children’s Literature Symposium earlier this spring. In case you were unable to attend that event, here is another opportunity to hear her speak on her experiences as a Muslim American writer who writes about her culture and religion. She grew up in Montgomery County and still lives here today. We hope you can join us for this conversation.

CAPITOL CHOICES AGENDA FOR FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2017

CAPITOL CHOICES AGENDA, MAy 19, 2017

 

NOMINATIONS FOR MAY MEETING

Nominations for the May 19 meeting will close at Midnight on Thursday, May 5. We will have the May agenda published two ways - the "original" way and as part of the nomination Google spreadsheet.

Special Program at the Library of Congress on the 50th Annicersary of the Supreme Court's decision on interracial marriage

Discussion of the above book with the author, illustrator and Georgetown Law Professor Emerita, moderated by our own Deborah Taylor. Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building, Mary 3, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. No RSVP needed unless you want to bring a group of children. Then please respond to: Monica Valentine, mvalen@loc.gov, 202-707-1950.

Capitol Choices Agenda for Friday, April 21

CAPITOL CHOICES AGENDA, APRIL 21, 2017

Arlington County Public Library

Number of readers required for discussion (first round/second and subsequent rounds)

Up to 7, 7-10, and 10-14 : 7/5 readers

14 & up : 5/3 readers

Audio : 3/2 listeners

9:30 Announcements

10:15 AUDIOBOOKS

Thomas. The Hate you Give

10:20 FOURTEEN AND UP

Cohen-Scali. Max.
Elliott. Bull.
*Roe. A List of Cages.
Saenz. The Inexplicable Logic of my Life.
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