Believe it or not, we are in the midst of the “Holiday” season.
As humans, particularly American humans, we love to celebrate! There are holidays every – yes, EVERY – day of the year. From National Short Girl Appreciation Day (December 21, the shortest day of the year), and Cyber Monday and Cider Monday (both the Monday after Thanksgiving) to National Crossword Puzzle Day and National Bacon Day. Each of these “holidays” are generally celebrated in December, so are part of the “Holiday Season”.
Traditionally, we think of “The Holidays” as one of the big three – Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa. Again, as Americans, whichever holiday we celebrate, we often give gifts to our loved ones.
Okay, here’s the plug for the library – –
If you didn’t know, we have several items currently available that would make great gifts for those folks you share with.
Well, what do you have, you might ask . . .
Currently, we have both note cards and prints available. Local artist Kay Morris has given us a beautiful winter view of the front of the library. The print is ten dollars, and the note cards are ten for fifteen dollars.
Lovely book bags are also available. These bags have the library logo on the front and are very well made. The bags are fifteen dollars each.
And . . . Books, we have books!
Four titles are available written by local authors ; Destination Unknown by former State Representative Gay Grant. The Eastern. Book one, The early years : a novel and The Eastern. Book two, Later on : a novel by Deborah Gould ; Maine ingenuity : from waterwheels to M.I.T. by Michael McCaslin. Each of these titles are seventeen dollars and ninety-five cents. There are also a nice assortment of used books available, ranging in price from one to five dollars.
Is there anyone on your list that does not live in our service area? We would love to sell you a Gardiner Public Library non-resident subscription to use as a gift. Just think, a gift that truly will last an entire year! And for the whole family as well!
We even have pre-wrapped some of the above items, just to remove more of your stress.
So, to each of you, Happy Holidays – Each And Every One You May Celebrate!