Friday, January 29, 2010

Funding for the Arts

City Arts Commission Accepting Applications for Funding

Arts CommissionPre-Application Workshops to be Held February 3

The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission is currently accepting applications for funding through both the 1% Lodgers’ Tax and the Community Arts Development Program. Nonprofit arts organizations presenting arts programming within Santa Fe County are eligible to apply. Interested organizations are encouraged to send a representative to a pre-application workshop that will be offered on Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 2:00 PM for the Community Arts Development Program and 3:30 PM for the 1% Lodgers’ Tax. Both workshops will be held in the Nambe Room of the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 West Marcy. Further information, applications, forms and details regarding the workshops are available on the Arts Commission’s website under the Grant Programs section, by calling 505-955-6707, or via email to The deadline for applications is Wednesday, March 4, 2010.

Organizations considering applying for funding are strongly encouraged to contact the Arts Commission prior to submitting an application. Arts Commission staff is available to help ensure an organization and a project are eligible for funding, as well as to provide guidance regarding the appropriate funding category. Please call 505-955-6707 or email for more information. More information is also available on the Arts Commission’s website.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

It's Election Season, Santa Fe!

The Municipal Election will be held on March 2, 2010. As always, the Santa Fe County Clerk has incredibly helpful information about the elections, including links to the League of Women Voters guides (PDF) and VoterView, so you can see if and where you're registered. The site has information for the Española and Edgewood elections, also on March 2nd.

Voter registration forms are available at all Library branches.

And now, here's a press release about a zillion different ways to cast your ballot:

Absentee Voting for the March 2, 2010 Regular Municipal Election began on Tuesday, January 26, 2010. Voters will vote in person, at the Office of the City Clerk, on a paper ballot which will be retained in a locked ballot box.

Early Voting will begin on Wednesday, February 10, 2010 and close at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 26, 2010. Voters will vote in person, at the Office of the City Clerk, on a paper ballot which is inserted into an M-100 voting tabulator.

Absentee (In-Person) and Early Voting will be conducted in the Office of the City Clerk, 200 Lincoln Avenue, Room 215, during regular hours and days of business, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Free Parking for Absentee and Early Voting will be available at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center’s underground parking garage. Voters are asked to present their parking ticket to the City Clerk’s office for validation.

Applications for mailed absentee ballots may be requested from the City Clerk’s office at the following phone numbers:


Applications for mailed absentee ballots must be completed and accepted by the City Clerk prior to 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 26, 2010. The City Clerk will accept completed absentee ballots delivered by mail or in person by the voter casting the absentee ballot, their caregiver, or by a member of the voter’s immediate family until 7:00 p.m. on March 2, 2010.

The last day to register to vote for the March 2, 2010 Regular Municipal Election is Tuesday, February 2, 2010.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Valentine's Day Project

Create Handmade Valentine Soaps!

Please call to reserve a space for your child age 5 to 12 for this free craft program.

Two Hearts

Wednesday, February 10
4 - 5 pm at La Farge

Wednesday, February 10
4 - 5 pm at Main

Thursday, February 11
4 - 5 pm at Southside

All materials are provided.

These programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library.

"Two Hearts" courtesy of the Peirce Clipart Collection.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

No wonder why we're tired, Part 2

As we pointed out in a post last month, we've been very busy here at the Santa Fe Public Library. According to a new graphic released by the New Mexico State Library, this doing more (circulation and programming) with less (money and staff) is a statewide library epidemic.

The following graph illustrates the percent change from 2008 to 2009. It'll be interesting to see how this Needs vs. Resources plays out in 2010. If January is any indication, the gap may be even wider.

Needs vs. Resources
Now if you'll excuse me, I need to get some more coffee.

Monday, January 25, 2010

And the winners are...

Last week we wrote about the upcoming announcements for various awards for children's and young adult literature. Here is a list of some of the award recipients:

When You Reach MeNewbery Medal: When You Reach Me, by Rebecca Stead.

The Lion & the MouseCaldecott Medal: The Lion & the Mouse, written and illustrated by Jerry Pinkney.

Going BovinePrintz Award: Going Bovine, by Libba Bray.

Bad news for outlawsCoretta Scott King Author Award: Bad news for outlaws: the remarkable life of Bass Reeves, deputy U.S. marshall, written by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson, illustrated by R. Gregory Christie. Vaunda Nelson is Youth Services Librarian at Rio Rancho's Esther Bone Memorial Library.

Return to SenderPura Belpré Author Award: Return to Sender, by Julia Alvarez.

Flash BurnoutMorris Award: Flash Burnout, by L.K. Madigan.

For information about Honor Books (runners-up) and winners for additional medals and awards, check the official press release. For information about the awards themselves, the ALA has these links.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Rio Rancho Librarian Wins Prestigious Library Award

Bad News for OutlawsCongratulations to Vaunda M. Nelson for winning the 2010 Coretta Scott King Author Book Award for Bad News for Outlaws: The Remarkable Life of Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S. Marshall. Vaunda is Youth Services Librarian at Rio Rancho's Esther Bone Memorial Library.

The American Library Association announced the list of award-winning books at the Mid-Winter Conference in Boston last week, with the big news for Vaunda and New Mexico. Published by Carolrhoda Books and illustrated by R. Gregory Christie, the biography relates the story of a slave who grew into one of the most feared and respected lawmen in Indian Territory in the 1800s. During his career, Reeves made more than 3,000 arrests but killed only 14 men.

The Coretta Scott King Book Awards annually recognize outstanding books for young adults and children by African-American authors and illustrators that reflect the African-American experience. The award was designed to commemorate the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and to honor Mrs. Coretta Scott King for her courage and determination to continue the work for peace.

Reposted from the New Mexico State Library website. Stay tuned for a list of other award winners!

Parenting Program Postponed

The Parenting Can be a Laughing Matter program that was scheduled for Sat, Jan. 23rd at the Southside Library has been postponed due to weather.

Please check back here next week for the rescheduled date.

Retrograde Island

or Smiles everyone, Smiles!!!

The PlanetsHave you been out-of-sorts, unproductive, and arguing with loved ones? Yeah, we know you've been, because most of us have been as well. You can certainly chalk it up to the post-holiday blues, mid-winter blues, the lagging economy (Santa Fe is especially dead in January), brutal New Year's Resolutions, or the cold and snowy weather. Or, you can see how three major planets are currently retrograde: Mars, Mercury, and Saturn.

My hobbyist take on the situation: retrograde Saturn will ensure that nothing gets done and no one will be on time. Mercury will throw the wrench into the communication works and make sure all technology goes wonky when you need it most. And Mars, well, good old Mars will make sure that all our tempers are as thin as possible during all this.

The best thing you can do is take a deep breath, do your best, keep your sense of humor, and ride it out. The worst thing you can do is spend all your free time decompressing with YouTubes of Fantasy Island. Don't say I didn't warn you!

Click here if the video doesn't show up.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Donate Your Gently-Used Shoes

Shoe Drive for Haiti Earthquake Survivors

The earthquake in Haiti has left the island nation in ruins. Over 100,000 people are feared dead and the capitol city of Port-Au-Prince is in shambles. Government buildings, hospitals, schools, churches and countless homes have been leveled. In a race against time, people are clawing through the rubble trying to rescue survivors, amid broken glass, twisted steel, sharp objects and raw sewage. Many that escaped to safety have nothing left, and the pictures coming in from Haiti show many people working through the rubble with no shoes on their feet.

The City will work in partnership with Soles4Souls which is mobilizing its operations to get shoes to Haiti as soon as possible. There is a special need for work boots, sneakers, walking shoes and children’s shoes.

Please donate your gently used shoes as soon as possible. Take shoes to the Sangre de Cristo Water Division at 801 W. San Mateo. The point-of-contact at the Water Division is Lesley C de Baca, (505) 955-4202,

Protecting the feet of the Haitian people will go a long way toward protecting them from further disease, infection and possible amputations.

Your help is greatly appreciated!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Friends Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library will be held on Sunday, January 31st at the Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive. Tours of the Southside Branch will be held at 1:30 p.m., followed by a brief annual meeting of the Friends of the Library.

The Friends of the Library will present its second annual Heart of the Library Award which honors key volunteers who have given greatly of their time to support the Library. This year’s winners are Jane Gillentine and Shirley Ortega. Both women have worked since 1999 in supporting the library and the creation of the Southside Library. Both served as president of the Library Board and the Friends of the Library. Their dedication and commitment brought the Southside Library from an idea to a physical building. Both women continue to volunteer for the Friends of the Library.

Lee MarmonAt 2:30 p.m., the featured guest speaker will be the noted photographer Lee Marmon of Laguna Pueblo. He will give a presentation on his career as a photographer in the Southwest, which started in 1947. Mr. Marmon, 85, has received many awards and recognitions for his work. His talk will be followed by a poster signing and reception. The program is free and open to the public.

Lee Marmon 's portfolio of black and white images has become a rare visual chronicle of the last generation of Native Americans to live by their traditional ways and values. His best known photograph, "White Man's Moccasins" (1954), has been reproduced and published worldwide. He personally develops his black-and-white prints for historians, galleries, and art collectors.

His images have appeared in various national publications, including The New York Times and Time Magazine and in 1992, he won an ADDY Award for his contribution to the Peabody Award-winning PBS-TV documentary, Surviving Columbus. He is proud of the commissioned work he did for the Washington D.C.-based National American Indian Housing Council, a photo project promoting the Council's efforts to give Native American families access to quality, modern housing. On June 15th, 2006, Marmon was honored with a lifetime achievement award by the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.

The Friends of the Library is a non-profit dedicated to raising funds to support the work of the Santa Fe Public Library and was formed in 1974.

For more information, contact the Southside Library at 955-2820.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

El Agua es La Vida

Cadillac DesertIn the desert Southwest, there's a lot of talk and concern about water, mostly in terms of supply and conservation. However, water quality is as important as quantity, especially in terms of personal health.

The Environmental Working Group has developed a Drinking Water Database with information about tap water quality for different locations. They also have a handy PDF printout for safe drinking water as well as a guide for buying water filters. One drawback is that this advocacy group relies on reporting from government agencies for its data. For example, the analysis for the City of Santa Fe's water supply is from testing done in 2004-2006. This is the data the New York Times used in a profile last month, and also what the Santa Fe Reporter posted on its blog.

Life's MatrixHowever, the City of Santa Fe has water quality data from 2008 (PDF). They post annual reports, so it's safe to assume that we'll be getting the 2009 data shortly as well. The annual reports include a table that isn't as detailed as the high-profile older one, but the more recent data is heartening. Arsenic levels, for example, were under the legal limit in 2008, which is an improvement from the 2004-2006 data. The USGS also posts up-to-date water quality data for all of New Mexico. Real-time data is available from sites in the Rio Grande and Pecos River basins.

If you'd like to educate yourself more about the myriad issues surrounding water quality and quantity, we have plenty of books for all ages, especially in the Environmental Education Resource Center. We also have links to various Drought & Water websites that should help answer any questions you have.

Monday, January 18, 2010

It's that time of the year again!

Newbery MedalFor those of us in the Children's book biz this is an exciting time of the year. Today, the Newbery (yes, that is the correct spelling), Caldecott and other children's and Young Adult book awards will be announced. It is always fun to see if your favorites are winners or completely passed over by the Committee. There are many Mock Newbery blogs to scope out and lots of controversy about what kind of books and how they are picked to warm the heart of any librarian or avid reader. So make your list of your favorite books and vote at the Main Children's Department and see if you can pick the winner.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Tragedy in Haiti

The earthquake in Haiti is all over the news and on everyone's mind. While most of us can't go there to take care of the wounded and clean up the rubble, there are many organizations who are already there to help. The Santa Fe Reporter's blog has compiled information about the best way to contribute aid and assistance to these organizations such as the American Red Cross and Doctors without Borders. The Huffington Post has a Haiti Earthquake Relief page with similar information as well as updates on the situation.

After you've made your donation, we encourage you to educate yourself about Haiti. We have books about Haiti covering all aspects of its history, culture, and economy for all ages and reading levels.

Please, Malese! : a trickster tale from Haiti Taste of salt : a story of modern HaitiHaitiHaiti in PicturesToussaint Louverture : a biography

by AM & AA @ Main

Thursday, January 14, 2010

LearningExpress Library

LearningExpress LogoAre you studying for the GED, SAT, ACT, GRE, ASVAB, or LSAT? Do you need to take an exam to become a police officer, fire fighter, commercial driver, or teacher? Do you need to work on your English or study for your citizenship exam? The Santa Fe Public Library can help you succeed in all your exams and career endeavors with our new database of test preparation, LearningExpress Library!

You'll be able to access the database both in the library and from home. You can create your own account and help track your progress as you take practice tests and skill-building modules. There are modules for Elementary, Middle, and High School students to improve their math, reading, and writing. There's also a section to help you with a job search, résumés, cover letters, and interviews.

You can access this database by going to our Databases page on the catalog, and just look for the Learning Express links. You'll be excelling in school or at your job in no time.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Closures

All branches of the Santa Fe Public Library will be closed on Monday, January 18 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

The libraries will be open regular hours over the weekend:

Main Library:
Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday: 1 pm - 5 pm

La Farge Library:
Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm

Southside Library:
Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Brainpower & Brownbags 2010

Brainpower and Brownbags The Fray Angélico Chávez History Library has released its 2010 schedule for its wildly popular Brainpower & Brownbags series. These lectures fill up quickly, so pack a lunch and arrive early!

If you're not able to make a lecture or would like to hear older lectures, they're available as downloadable MP3 files on the Lectures page.

You can see the schedule on top, or go to their website for more information.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Parenting Can Be a Laughing Matter

A presentation by local author Robert Wilder

United Way
Saturday, January 23rd
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Southside Library
6599 Jaguar Dr.

Robert Wilder is the author of two critically acclaimed books of essays: Tales From the Teachers’ Lounge and Daddy Needs a Drink, both of which have been optioned for television and film. Join Robert as he talks about his experiences with the humorous side of parenting. Refreshments will be provided.

To register, and for more information, contact Mary at 670-4828 or

Sponsored by the Santa Fe Public Library, Santa Fe Children's Project, and First Born.

Friday, January 08, 2010

Diet Aids

Frankfurter SpectacularThe winter holidays are renowned for copious feasts and tasty treats. It's not unusual for us to over/indulge a bit, and then spend the next few months trying to get into some semblance of "shape". We've covered exercise, general health, and cookbooks already, so we thought we'd now turn to what can only be described as "food aversion therapy".

Read through any of these websites and try to eat a meal afterwards. We dare you!

The Gallery of Regrettable Food provides pictures and commentary from cookbooks of decades past. Knudsen's Very Best is especially effective as a weight-loss aid. But please, I implore you, do not read immediately before a meal! Give yourself at least an hour to get some fresh air, or at least have a crying-laughing jag in private.

The Museum of Culinary Disasters is part of a larger project, Peggy's Antiquated Recipes. Sardine Sandwich Bake, anyone? Candyboots has scanned in Weight Watchers Cards from 1974. The "Frankfurter Spectacular" pictured above is from this collection. While the roasted root veggies are a healthy complement to hot dogs, I cannot for the life of me imagine what nutritional value a breaded & deep-fried pineapple core has.

My favorite one is This is why you're fat. Why is it my favorite? Rather than relying on kitchen quirks of yesteryear, this blog is regularly updated with concoctions of all kinds. Even better? Some of these offerings, such as the Deep Fried Reuben Balls, actually look kind of tasty at four o'clock in the afternoon. The only drawback is that they don't post recipes. I might just have to improvise on Spam® wontons.

While not all of these will put you off your lunch, you might be guffawing too much to be able to eat much. Bon appetit!

Thursday, January 07, 2010

Beyond the Tri-Cultural Myth:

Eleven Local Families Celebrate Contemporary Santa Fe
January 15 through March 19, 2010

Arts Commission Community Gallery
201 W. Marcy St. at Sheridan
In the
Santa Fe Community Convention CenterLines and Circles

Opening Reception:
January 15, 2010
5:30 – 7 p.m.

Free and Open to the Public

Presentation by the Families
and Family Recipes Feast
Saturday, January 16, 2010
2-5 p.m.

A new exhibition of art and poetry, entitled Lines and Circles: A Celebration of Santa Fe Families, puts to rest the myth of “tri-cultural Santa Fe.” The City’s Poet Laureate, Valerie Martínez, and eleven Santa Fe families present mixed-media works of art and poetry that celebrate the breadth of community life in the capital city.

The public is invited to the opening reception of the exhibition on January 15, 2010. The exhibition includes short films, music, audio oral histories, mixed-media pieces, installations, a four-generation quilt, a children’s book, and more. The following day the families will discuss their art and poetry followed by a feast of traditional family recipes. The City’s ArtWorks program will also sponsor related events and activities with public school students and their families.

For over a year and a half, Valerie Martínez worked closely with three and more generations of eleven Santa Fe families who created unique family works of art and poetry. Participating community members include the Akers Hunt Covelli, Brown, Carmona, Goler Baca, Gottlieb Shapiro Bachman, Ingram, Martínez Ridgley, Ortiz Dinkel Hasted Wilkes, Quintana Gallegos, Salazar and Strongheart families. Over 60 family members, ages 5-90, participated in the project.

Valerie Martínez says of Lines and Circles: “While many tout the landscape of Santa Fe as the city’s richest asset, the truth is that the people of Santa Fe, those that are here to stay, are its gold. The Lines and Circles families expand our notion of who we are and why we call this place home. These family works of art and poetry give us a lens through which we learn much more about contemporary Santa Fe—beyond the tri-cultural myth.”

The Lines and Circles project was sponsored by the City of Santa Fe Poet Laureate Program and supported by the Lannan Foundation, the Santa Fe Literary Education Endowment at the Santa Fe Community Foundation, the First National Bank of Santa Fe, Littleglobe, Inc., Sunstone Press, and the 400th Commemoration of Santa Fe. A book about the project, published by Sunstone Press, will accompany the exhibition.

Community Gallery Hours of Operation:
Tuesday through Friday: 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am to 5 pm

For more information, contact:
Valerie Martínez, City of Santa Fe Poet Laureate, (505) 603-0866,

or Sabrina Pratt, Arts Commission, (505) 955-6707,

Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Pinecone Birdfeeders Project

We are celebrating Squirrel Appreciation Day on January 21st by making bird feeders. Squirrels like to eat much the same things that birds do, so we're helping out wildlife in winter. We will stuff pinecones with a mixture of seeds and either lard or suet and then beribbon them for hanging.

Please call to reserve a space for your child age 5 to 12 for this free program.

Pinecone Bird Feeder
Wednesday, January 20
4 pm to 5 pm
La Farge Library
1730 Llano Street

Thursday, January 21
4 pm to 5 pm
Main Library

145 Washington Avenue

Thursday, January 21
4 pm to 5 pm
Southside Library

6599 Jaguar Drive
Sponsored by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library.

Photo from Crafting Parties.

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Pasatiempo Praises

The Director of the Santa Fe Public Library, Patricia Conor Hodapp, wrote a winning essay in Pasatiempo's Holiday Writing Contest, a story from her childhood. You can read the tale, Tuna Fish Christmas, and others in the Dec. 25-31 issue.

Tuna Fish Christmas

Chicken on a rotisserie appeals to me. There is the chicken, headless, footless, gutted, featherless and browned to perfection. Makes me hungry to see one.

Living on a poor farm, I did not use to think that kindly on having chicken for dinner. How could I when I would have to catch the chosen chicken, hold it down so that my mother could take its head off in one fell swoop of her sharpened ax and then I had to carry it to our back porch. There boiling water would be in a tub to start washing the chicken and plucking off the feathers. Then we would hold the chicken over the fire in the wood stove to singe off the rest of the feathers. Nothing but skunk smells worse than wet chicken feathers. My sister was so sensitive to the smell; it was the one thing she would bribe me to do for her. I loved it; she would even dip into her sacred jars of silver dollars to pay me off to escape plucking wet hens.

Two roasted chickens were the main dish for Christmas. We had chicken several Sundays a year as we could not afford turkey or ham. But on Christmas we would roast two chickens and have all the chicken we could eat and have leftovers.

Mother always went into town to barter her eggs with Mr. Mollett for our staples and even, hopefully, a treat for Christmas dinner. Even though she had bartered with him for years, he always called her Mrs. Conor. He always gave her the best price because he said her eggs were the cleanest and best eggs in the County.

One day near Christmas when Mom and I were shopping, we ran into Mrs. Singles and her daughter June. After simple pleasantries while they carefully selected items for their grocery baskets, June began to cry. She could not stop and sobbed into a handkerchief her mother gave her.

“What’s wrong?” my mother asked, “Will June be okay?”

“It’s just that it’s Christmas,” Mrs. Singles whispered. “And we just don’t have the money for a chicken, turkey or ham. I can only afford to make soup. I used to make pies and rolls—oh how people raved about my pumpkin pie.”

My mother sighed and said, “I know how hard it is on the children, we at least have our chickens.”

“I don’t begrudge you that, I am happy your girls will have a good meal at Christmas,” Mrs. Singles said. “It’s something they will remember.”

Later that night, after the chores were done on the farm, my mother asked Cam and me to come sit at the dining room table with her. “You know”, she said, “We have chicken almost every month. What if we do something different for Christmas Day dinner?”

“Like what, turkey, ham?” Camilla asked.

“I don’t know, maybe a special baked dish. You love scalloped potatoes. And I have a new casserole recipe your sister Jean brought from college. She said it is so popular.”

“What’s in it?” Camilla asked, more than a little suspicious.

“Well let’s look at the recipe. It has mushroom soup, peas, macaroni and tuna fish. Doesn’t that sound good? And it is topped with crushed potato chips. You two could make it to help with dinner.”

“For Christmas? I want a drumstick like always,” Camilla whined.

“No whining, now. Let me share with you the story of a little girl who won’t have anything but soup for Christmas. Her father does not help bring in money for food. Do you want that little girl to only have soup when we could spare a chicken if we had a casserole instead? You think about it. We’ll decide in the morning. I know the Christmas spirit is in all of us and we can make sacrifices.”

That night in bed Camilla whined, “I don’t want casserole. It’s not fair.”

“No it isn’t,” I said, “But, it isn’t fair that little girl only gets soup when we have chicken on lots of Sundays all year, “I replied.
At breakfast, mother asked what we were going to do for that little girl for Christmas.

“We’ll share, if you are sure there will be potato chips on the baked casserole!” I said. And Camilla nodded her head. We had never had potato chips; we knew our friends loved them.

The day before Christmas, mother and dad drove in to town from the farm. The car was laden with fresh eggs, squash, potatoes, a pumpkin pie and a chicken, all plucked ready to be put in the oven. Camilla and I helped take the baskets of food into the Singles’ house. “How can I ever thank you?” Mrs. Singles cried, “All I had was soup and tuna for our dinner tomorrow.” Mother just smiled and shook her head saying, “It was our pleasure. Christmas should be a good memory.”

For Christmas dinner, we helped mother go all out. There was one chicken, stuffing, scalloped potatoes, green beans and the famous tuna casserole WITH crushed potato chips on top. It was a feast and no one missed having a huge platter heaped with chicken. And pies were of every type and kind—pumpkin, mincemeat, and apple.

It was no sacrifice for us, it was a wonderful meal. One we would always remember. And here it is, fifty years later and I still remember that Christmas. It was our Tuna Fish Christmas.

Monday, January 04, 2010

Flu Vaccines at Southside

The Santa Fe County Mobile Health Van will be parked at the Southside Branch Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive, on Wednesday, January 6, 2010 from 10:00 am – 3:00pm.

All ages welcomed. They will have the seasonal flu vaccine available.

They will NOT have H1N1 vaccine.

Friday, January 01, 2010

January Library Exhibits

Main Library
Oil Paintings
by JoAnn Schutz
The Tile Show
Ceramic Tiles
by Kathy Perren

La Farge Library
Bronze Artwork
Clover Cochran

Southside Library
Puzzling Creation
by Jim Modiano

For more information, check our Art page.

For upcoming events, check our Calendar and Children's pages.