Join us for convivial company and competitive croquet at our annual picnic! The program committee will provide the snacks and drinks. The 2016 NEASIST travel award winners will provide brief updates. YOU will provide the company and conversation! All are welcome — professionals, students, NEASIST members, and nonmembers alike.
You can also expect compelling communiques from Regina Raboin and Anna Newman, who will have come back from RDAP (Research Data Access and Preservation Summit) with lots of info about research data management and new trends in information science. We’ll also share information about our 2016-2017 programming; this is your chance to weigh in!
We’ll be there enjoying the garden from 5:30 onwards. The informal program will begin at 6. Goodwin Garden is behind 11&12 Goodwin Place in Brookline Village, near the Brookline Public Library. There’s easy access by public transit (including the green line D and E trains as well as buses on Washington Street, Harvard Street, and Huntington Ave), and there’s street parking on Washington Street. We have a rain location nearby, but keep your fingers crossed that we can enjoy the garden! Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.