Although our Library After Dark Open House has come to a close, we still have dozens of origami paper cranes hidden around the library (I guess we were too good at finding hiding spots for them). If you find one, bring it to the Reference Desk– you can still claim your prize!
Photo credit: code poet
Thanks to everyone who participated in our National Library Week festivities. About fifty people participated in our Library After Dark Open House– voting for their favorite Recycled Book Contest entry, creating a READ poster of themselves, being interviewed for the new library YouTube video, going on scavenger hunts, finding origami cranes, buying books at the Library Book Sale, eating good food, winning prizes, and having fun!
Here’s a look at some of the entries that were submitted to the Recycled Book Contest:
After some careful tallying of votes by our librarians Michele Ukleja and Jim Edstrom…
Our first place winner was… Mary Warner, with her hand crafted and altered book creation:
Our second place winner was… Carol Thomas, with a photo frame that she created using an old book cover:
Congrats, and thanks again to everyone who participated and helped make this year’s Library After Dark a success. To view more photos of our Library After Dark activities, check out our Flickr photo stream.