The Ohio Theological Library Association (OTLA) will host their spring meeting on Friday, April 5, at the Hanby House State Memorial near Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio.
The Hanby House, designated as a United Methodist Heritage Landmark and managed by the Westerville Historical Society (WHS), was built in the mid-19th century for United Brethren bishop (and Otterbein co-founder) William Hanby and his wife, Ann. The historic site once served as a station for the Underground Railroad as William Hanby was an active abolitionist.
More information on the event, including cost and agenda, will be sent out at a later date.
The OTLA has as its mission the promotion of cooperation among its member libraries, community spirit among individuals interested in theological and religious librarianship and continued improvement in all areas of librarianship related to those fields.
If you are in the Ohio region and are interested in joining this group or attending a meeting, we encourage you to visit their web page.