Anomaly Archives eNews: We Need Your Help – 10/23/2017 


Library Looking For New Location!

Source: Anomaly Archives eNews: We Need Your Help – 10/23/2017 

The Anomaly Archives Weekly Email Newsletter

October 23rd, 2017 – Austin, Texas. . .

We Need Your Help!
Anomaly Archives Seeking New Location

Since 2009, the archive and lending library of the 501c3 Scientific Anomaly Institute has shared a space in North West Austin with the like-minded INACS (Institute for Neuroscience And Consciousness Studies). However, due to a variety of issues, both organizations are now actively seeking potential new locations; either jointly or independently. The lease for the current location expires at the end of January 2018.

Both the Anomaly Archives and INACS will be moving to a new location and are actively seeking new office space. One of the desired features they have been using in their search criteria is a large conference area that their partner organizations could continue to use for meetings and presentations.

Here are some of the features both organizations are seeking:

  • Single story or first floor
  • 800-1200 SF
  • Separate building entrance
  • Large conference / presentation space
  • Bathroom(s) and kitchenette area
  • 2-3 offices
  • Relatively central location

If any members of our associated groups are aware of office space available for lease that might be suitable, please pass the suggestion on to Anomaly Archives founder, SMiles Lewis and to INACS‘ Administrative Committee (Bob Price, Miles Lewis, and Lois McGee).

Thanks for your help!

 – SMiles Lewis

Anomaly Archives Founder & INACS Board Member




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Lone Star Lore: Myth, Mystery, and Haunted History
by TSHA – Texas State Historical Association

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Library Looking For New Location!

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