Summer 2019 Chapter Meeting
Friday, August 2, 2019
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library, Winterthur, DE
Registration is now open for the summer chapter meeting! Please register by Thursday, July 25 to guarantee your spot for admission and tours.
We’re pleased to offer several registration options. Full registration begins at $20 and includes a morning welcome coffee, tours of the Winterthur Library and Conservation lab, and museum general admission which grants access to permanent and special exhibitions, a Garden Tram tour, and an introductory house tour.
For those looking for a truly special experience, an optional “Winterthur Highlights” tour will be offered by a senior guide specialist for an additional $10 (for a total $30).
As always, the business meeting itself will be free and open to attend, but does not include access to the Winterthur house, grounds or tours.
To register: (1) fill out the online form at the bottom of the page and click submit, and (2) select your registration type and click “Buy Now” to complete your purchase with PayPal. Please note: you do not need a PayPal account to pay with PayPal.
View a draft of our full schedule (including travel details) here. If you have agenda items for the business meeting, please send them by July 26 to the chapter chairs, Stephanie Grimm (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jennifer Page (email@example.com).
Are you looking for rideshare options or have space to share? Take a look at our Carpool and Rideshare Sign-Up! For those arriving on Thursday evening, we will also organize a local Group Dinner, location TBD.
For those planning to travel up the night before, we were not able to secure a block of rooms with hotels in the vicinity, however, many hotels in Wilmington and near Winterthur do have accommodations available. There will also be a carpool and ride-sharing document posted soon for those who may arrive by train and want to arrange group travel from Wilmington to Winterthur.
The Winterthur is located in scenic Brandywine Valley, about 6 miles northwest of Wilmington, DE. The region is also home to several other libraries and museums, including Longwood Gardens, the Hagley Museum and Library, and the Delaware Art Museum.
Many thanks to Kathy Woodrell (Library of Congress) for her work in organizing these tours with Ellen Hughes (Winterthur Tours Coordinator), and thanks to Emily Guthrie (Library Director) for hosting our business meeting.