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  • March 08, 2022 12:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    3 Reasons why now is the BEST time to RENEW your Mountain Plains Library Association (MPLA) Membership

    By Randi Monley, Minot Public Library / MPLA Representative

    1. 2022 Tri-Conference
      • The Montana Library Association, Pacific Northwest Library Association, and the Mountain Plains Library Association are having a Tri-Conference, Building Bridges/ Renewing Community in Missoula, Montana on August 3-6, 2022. This is going to be a BIG and informative conference for all three groups. As Missoula, MT is semi-close to North Dakota, this will be a great opportunity to expand your librarian network and learn about some new ideas.
    2. MPLA Chew & Chats
      • This is another great opportunity to learn from librarians all over the region. These informal discussions are led by Jake Rundle from Colorado and Mary Soucie (I’m sure you know her). They take place on the 4th Wednesday of each month. If you want to try one out before you renew your membership, shoot me an email
    3. MPLA Newsletter
      • This newsletter is chock-full of information from around the MPLA region. Not only do I highlight what is going on in North Dakota, every representative from the 12 state region highlights cool programs that libraries are doing. I get so many great ideas from this part of the newsletter.

    Now is the time to renew your MPLA membership

    OR Get your first membership

    *Did I mention your first year is half price?!*

    Follow this link for more membership details

  • December 04, 2021 3:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    I wanted to reach out to remind and encourage you to renew your Mountain Plains Library Association membership as the MPLA rep for the North Dakota Library Association. Renew your membership here. First year MPLA Membership Dues are half price for new members!

    I would like to remind you that the next MPLA conference will be a Tri-conference in Missoula Montana in August 2022. This conference will be put together by the Montana Library Association, the Pacific Northwest Library Association, and of course the Mountain Plains Library Association.

    Also, MPLA is now having monthly Chew & Chats virtually, which is a great opportunity to get involved in MPLA and learn from other librarians in the region. These are hosted by Jake Rundle in Colorado & our very own Mary Soucie.

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