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Kick Off Your Summer with an Open House at CDLC's Newest Member
Did you know that the Capital District is home to the Irish-American Heritage Museum? This museum, located in downtown Albany, has a mission to preserve and tell the story of the contributions of the Irish people and their culture in America. The museum’s Paul O’Dwyer Library supports the mission of the museum by building a collection focused on the story of the Irish experience in America and Irish history and culture.
The museum’s staff is excited at the opportunity to introduce their professional colleagues to their institution. The informal program will include an overview of the museum and tour of the library from 3:00 until 3:45. With plenty of time to view the exhibits, including the special exhibit James Hoban: Architect of the White House, from 3:45 until 4:30.
For those of you who wish to keep the conversation going, mingle with old library friends and meet new ones, we'll be continuing the fun next door at the Parish Public House.
Limited parking is available in a lot behind the building between Hudson Avenue and Division Street. Metered parking is available on the street. Entrance to the Museum in on Broadway, across from the SUNY System Administration Building.
Please help us plan by registering for this event by Sunday, July, 5th.
There is no cost for this event, which is open to all members of CDLC institutions.
As always, if you register and are unable to attend, please contact Susan D'Entremont at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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