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Fall Festival 

Help us welcome the autumn season during the library’s Fall Festival! This year’s Fall Festival fundraiser is Saturday, October 1st from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m

Stop by the library Thursday, September 1st through Saturday, October 1st to purchase tickets to enter the drawing for a chance to win gift 6 certificate packages. These packages, valued at over $550 each, are donated by Cannon Beach’s generous local restaurants and merchants. Place a bid in the silent auction for an overnight stay at one of Cannon Beach’s premiere hotels. Shop an array of colorful handmade crafts at the craft sale, and stock up at the cookbook and how-to book sale. Start your holiday shopping early, or treat yourself with some great items for a great cause. All items are created by our dedicated and talented volunteers. All proceeds help fund the library.

Tickets for the Fall Festival gift certificate drawing are on sale at the library:

$1 = 1 Ticket

$5 = 6 Tickets

$20 = 25 Tickets

Drawing winners will be announced at 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 1st during the Fall Festival. You don’t have to be present to win!

Silent Auction bids for hotel stays, donated by 5 of Cannon Beach’s premier hotels, are open from September 1st – October 1st. Place bids at the library.


Quilt Drawing

The Quilt Drawing features either a quilt designed and sewn by library volunteers, or a vintage quilt donated by a generous member of the library. This year, we are fortunate to have two donated vintage quilts for the drawing. Tickets are on sale through the first week of December and the winner is drawn during our annual Holiday Tea. You do not need to be present to win. We will ship anywhere in the U.S. All proceeds benefit the operations and programs of the library.

Tickets are $1 each, or 6 for $5. A minimum $10 purchase is required when purchasing through the website. We will email you a confirmation and copy of your ticket.

2022 Quilt Drawing

DOUBLE the chance to win!

One of these lovely quilts could be yours – this year we will draw TWO winners!

These quilts both feature diamond-shaped pieces and have fabrics from the 1930s to 1940s – possibly 1950s. Both were made into finished quilts in the 1980s, and neither have ever been used. The “Christmas” quilt has dramatic dark green 6-pointed stars interspersed with tumbling blocks – a bit of an optical illusion (72 x 96”). It would generously cover a twin bed and, with the right dust ruffle, perhaps a double bed. The other quilt is a beautiful queen-sized Lone Star quilt (86 x 90”) with vibrant coloring.

Both quilts would also make stunning wall pieces.

Quilts Donated by Board Member Melodie Chenevert


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