On March 29, 2016, Architect Ron Lamarre returned to update us on the future of the Meredith Public Library. Below is the handout of the Power Point that was used during the meeting for your perusal:
PRESS: To stay or move is the question for Meredith's library - Laconia Daily Sun Article, 3/31/2016
Carole Halsey Keller from Bleu Waves Art Gallery has lent us her artwork for the March display on our Art Wall! Check out her beautiful work anytime between now and Mid-April.
For more information on our artist this month, please read this piece from The Weirs Times: Art Girl - Carole Keller.
Check out a short virtual tour of some of the art she has on display this month:
Our Quilt Display this month is "The Catinée"
"This quilt is a year's culmination of guild programs and classes. The squares included are from: block-a-month, paper piecing, the president's challenge, square-in-a-square, and how to use those unusual rulers meetings. After all that, this quilter found that piecing all those different size squares together to be the most challenging part, but the most rewarding and FUN!"
Read the full article about the meeting on the Citizen.com
In this meeting we discuss the need to make changes to the library and what would be the best choice. We invite patrons and townspeople whether it is best to stay and renovate or build a new library. We want to hear your input! No decisions have been made and don't be shy on sharing your thoughts with us! Architect: Ron Lamarre
Watch the full meeting video below:
The Librarians and Library Aides of the Meredith Public library: Erin, Chris, Matthew, Karen, John, Cherie, Joyce, Kay, and Linda. Please check out our Staff page for more information.