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Help us welcome the autumn season during the library’s annual Fall Celebration!
Join us this year on Saturday, September 30th to celebrate the library’s 96 years of service to the community. You and your family can participate in the festivities, including a silent auction for hotel packages, a raffle for gift certificates from our loyal local vendors, a raffle for a beautiful autumn-themed quilt, a children’s crafting activity, and LOTS of door prizes.
Tickets are on sale at the library during the month of September. Drawing winners are announced at 4 p.m. on the day of the Fall Celebration. You don’t have to be present to win!
Our annual Quilt Drawing fundraiser features either a quilt designed and sewn by library volunteers, or a vintage quilt donated by a member of the library. Tickets go on sale at the beginning of the year and are available until the drawing date. You don’t need to be present to win – we will ship anywhere in the U.S. All proceeds benefit the operations and programs of the library.
We will email you a confirmation and copy of your tickets purchased online.
This year’s quilt is called “Autumn Splendor,” created and donated by Lynda Kelt Newell. This is a machine-stitched, queen-size quilt with vibrant, earthy coloring. The pattern is called “Caribbean Star Fish” and is a pattern by Judy Niemeyer. The winner will be drawn during the Fall Festival on Saturday, September 30. Purchase tickets now for a chance to win an amazing quilt for an amazing price!
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