Tri-County Summit 2018

Invite for Summit

What is the Tri-County Summit?

The Tri-County Summit is a region-wide staff day during which the employees of the public libraries in Allegany, Garrett, and Washington counties, and the Regional, come together to learn, foster relationships with each other, and to have a good time! Each Summit is a little different in terms of workshops, speakers, location, and theme.

When is the Tri-County Summit?
The Tri-County Summit is always held every third year whenever Veteran's Day is observed. This year it is observed on Monday, November 12, 2018, and it will last from 9:30am-3:30pm.

Where is the Tri-County Summit?
This year the Tri-County Summit is being held at the Fletcher Branch of the Washington County Free Library located at 100 South Potomac Street, Hagerstown, MD. 21740. Google Maps has your directions right here!

Park in the main lot behind the library; it's accessible from Antietam, Potomac, and Baltimore Streets.

Why does the Regional host the Tri-County Summit?
The Regional has hosted Tri-County Summits in 2006, 2009, and every three years since. After the 2009 Summit, the Regional's Advisory Board decided to make the Summit a standing event every third Veteran's Day in order to foster collaboration and cooperative relationships among the four library systems. It's the only time when all public library staff from all four systems get together under one building!