Join Arcadia Community Coordinating Council to Learn About Digitizing Old Photographs and Film
Have you ever wanted to digitize your old photographs and film reels? The Arcadia Public Library has resources for that. Join the Arcadia Community Coordinating Council as Librarian Danielle Guerrero shares how we can do just that.
Danielle Guerrero is a librarian at the Arcadia Public Library. With a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Library and Information Science, Danielle has steadily advanced her career at the Arcadia Public Library- from Library Aide to her current position as Principal Librarian of Adult & Teen Services. Her greatest goal is to offer the collection, tools, resources, programs, and services that transform a library from a building full of books to an invaluable community resource. Most recently, Danielle has addressed this goal with the creation of the Community Memory Lab, a free do-it-yourself workspace for digitizing photos, documents, video & audio cassette recordings, film slides, negatives, and 8 MM film reels.
In her spare time, Danielle loves to visit local coffee shops and go for hikes with her family and giant Sheepadoodle.
To learn more about the Community Memory Lab, join the Arcadia Community Coordinating Council on October 3, 2022 for lunch at Villa Catrina Restaurant, 251 N. Santa Anita Ave. Lunch is $16.00.
For reservations contact Linda Clelland, President, ACCC.
Meeting Location & Information:
Monday, October 3, 2022
11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Villa Catrina Restaurant
RSVP by Friday, September 30, 2022