Foothills Library Association

The objective of the FLA is to bring together individuals
within the Calgary library community to share & promote
the concerns of the library and information professions.

The objective of the FLA is to bring together individuals within the Calgary library community to share and promote the concerns of the library and information professions. Membership is open to people interested in the information professions. The cost is $30 per year.

Events and activities, such as lectures, seminars, tours organized for members and non-members from September through June, beginning with the Annual General Meeting held in the fall. The Events page also publicizes events of interest to the library community in the Prairie Provinces and British Columbia.

Event: Bubbly Brunch

Date: November 6th, 2022 at 10 am

Location: Yellow Door

Pricing: $42 dollars if FLA Member, $47 if not FLA Member

Number of spots available: 20

Additional notes: The price includes brunch and coffee/juice. If people want mimosas or additional beverages, they will have to pay for that on their own at the event.

Disclaimer: Tickets will be confirmed in the order they are received. Max two tickets per registration

About FLA

FLA supports its members in being active, engaged and knowledgeable information professionals, through professional development and networking opportunities.

Membership

Membership is open to people interested in the information professions. The annual fee is $30. To learn more about the benefits of participating in FLA visit the Membership page.

Events

The Foothills Library Association hosts several events through the year: for example Bubbly Brunch, Netpub, Calgary Libraries in Action, 5 Minute AGM.

Grant

The Rachel Chan Memorial Grant offers funding to FLA members in the form of a grant of up to $500.00. The Rachel Chan Memorial Grant is named in honour of a former University of Calgary Librarian and FLA Executive member.

Career Connects

Career Connects is a career related informational service offered by FLA for the Alberta library community. The purpose is to provide potential and new library professionals to connect for the purpose of an informational interview.

Jobline

The Jobline was developed and is managed by the Foothills Library Association to support library, archive, and information management professionals throughout Western Canada.