It’s an important part of our neighborhood that many of us don’t visit regularly, but UWM Libraries will be the subject of the lively overview they deserve at our next monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday April 3.
Since the creation of the Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons in 2009, UWM’s Golda Meir Library has become the destination point for the entire campus. Southeastern Wisconsin’s largest academic research library also welcomes community members to utilize its services and collections.
We’ll also hear about The Friends of the Golda Meir Library, its vital support organization and direct link to our community. Join Friends President Sarah Wright Kimball (also a NWTN member), Associate Provost & Director of Libraries Ewa Barczyk and Director of Development Susan Modder for an enlightening look at one our region’s most valuable research resources.
As always, our meeting takes place in the the Lake Park Pavilion’s Marcia Coles Community Room, which is beneath Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro. Join us around 6:45 p.m. if you can for some casual conversation and coffee and cookies generously provided by Bartolotta’s. Our regular agenda of neighborhood updates and issues will follow the talk on UWM Libraries.