Friday, September 24, 2010

Donald W. Reynolds Library serving Baxter County. North Central Children's Writers & Illustrators took the tour last Saturday. Inside and outside of our new library is a well crafted piece of art. The tree is one of the many features in the Children's library. You must take a couple of hours to enjoy every nook and corner.



Saturday September 25th is the "Thing," a poetry reading and contest sponsored by the Baxter County Poetry Associations and the Donald W. Reynolds Library. It starts at 1 p.m. Don't miss it or you will regret it.

Wednesday, I got to see the beautiful board room. The Friends of the Library had their board meeting and our regular meeting where we all enjoyed the FOL birthday cake. The Buffalo Coffee is open and the fresh baked items filled the walls. Next week I'll be a greeter in the mornings. How many mornings, I am not sure.





4 comments:

Missy said...

The tree is my favorite part! Beautiful!

Life's Beautiful Path said...

Thank you Missy. I can't begin to describe the beauty of our library, the grounds or the coffee shop. Behind the tree outside the window is my engraved paver on the patio.

Living Large said...

I haven't had a chance to see the library yet, Mary, but it looks beautiful! The Baxter Bulletin will have its library insert in this week. I wrote the articles on the history and the green elements to the building!

Life's Beautiful Path said...

Kerri, you will love it! I can't wait to see your articles. You have just become part of the history. Please let me know what date so I can pick up the paper. I don't want to miss it.
Thanks for stopping in.

Mary Nida