Join our next hybrid meeting on Wednesday, October 11th from 6 pm to 8 pm at the Book Arts Lab at Carleton University. If you would like the Zoom link to participate virtually, please send an email to CBBAGOttawa@CBBAG.ca.
This evening’s program
Spike Minogue’s presents
A presentation by ex-officio chapter president Spike Minogue regarding her experience at the North Bennet Street School in Boston, Mass.
Other updates will be provided regarding upcoming workshops, the 2023/24 SWAP and the Book Arts Show in May 2024
Please bring anything you’d like to share for Show & Tell.
We are still looking for a Program Coordinator and a Workshop Coordinator. If you are interested in one of these positions, please contact us at CBBAGOttawa@CBBAG.ca.
Getting to Carleton University
Cycling: Carleton University is situated near several cycle paths including the Rideau Eastern Canal Pathway. See the OttawaVeloOutaouais blog for choices: https://ottawavelooutaouais.com/2019/09/15/biking-to-carleton-university/. Bicycles are not permitted inside the library. Bike racks are available in several areas of campus. https://carleton.ca/parking/tdm-sustainable-transportation/
Parking: The parking lot P1 is the closest to the library. Note that there is a 4-hour maximum for parking in P1. For locations of other lots and parking information see https://carleton.ca/parking/visitors/.
Here is a link to information about the parking at Carleton University and the directions to the MacOdrum Library and the Book Arts Lab.
Mark your calendar
The next chapter meeting takes place on Wednesday November 8th from 6 pm to 8 pm