Programme 2018-19

Cambridge Library Group events 2018-189

Our events for the 2018-19 season (running from September-September) are listed below.  Unless otherwise stated, all events start at 5.30pm for refreshments to start at 6pm. All events are free to members and £3 for non-members unless otherwise stated.

13 September: The Suffragette Exhibition
Chris Burgess to talk about the Suffragette Exhibition
Milstein Room, Cambridge University Library 
Click HERE to read more about this event on our blog 

31 October: Temporary takeover of a bookshop (plus AGM)
AGM followed by Liam Austin and Rosie Austin talking about their time in Wigtown bookshop 
Milstein Room, Cambridge University Library

7 November: Traditional folk songs
Steve Roud to talk on cataloguing and indexing traditional folk songs
Faculty of Law, Room G24
6 December: CLG Christmas meal
Lots of festive fun at our annual Christmas dinner.
Riverside Restaurant, University Centre

4 January: CLG Twelfth Night party (Members only)
Wine, nibbles and lovely company to ease us into 2019.
Cambridge University Press bookshop, 6-7.30pm

27 February: The changes to CILIP - Talk by the CEO
Nick Poole to talk about the changes at CILIP in the context of our changing profession.
Faculty of Law, Room G24 

20 March: VISIT - The Welding Institute, Great Abingdon
Tour of the Library
Great Abingdon - (Further details to follow)
            
4 April: Professional resilience
Talk by Emma Coonan.
Milstein Room, Cambridge University Library
                           
8 May: Trials, tribulations & success of applying to Library School
Talk by Katherine Burchell
Faculty of Law, Room G24
                             
13 June: HMP Thameside Library Talk
Neil Barclay - civilian librarian at HMP Thameside, with an insight of what it is like to be a prison librarian and the challenges of delivering a library and information service.
Radzinowicz Library, Institute of Criminology, Room B3

4 July: Author talk - Edward Wilson-Lee 
 "The catalogue of shipwrecked books: young Columbus and the quest for a universal library"
 
Faculty of Law, Room G24