For more than 180 years, the quaint home of the
Come see for yourself.
Thanks to everyone!
We had help from many new people this year. The Wolverines cheerleaders painted nails, applied temporary tattoos, and attracted attention.
Home Depot offered free wood crafting for kids, as well as cool orange aprons.
Board member Jared Carroll lent his big yellow firetruck for climbing.
Acadia Otlowski led hula hooping and sold her handmade hoops.
Barden Farm sold baked goods, and ice cream that rocked.
Chris Royer led a zumba demo. Aren’t you sorry you missed it?
And we had a bounce house! Thanks to the volunteers who manned it: Hank FitzGerald, Arnie Goldstein, Emily Korzynski, and Eli Roberts.
The Slate family ran their usual booth full of amazing handmade food and crafts, and brought the lovely Daisy the baby goat.
Adults got in on the facepainting act...
...including a car raffle hopeful:
We also had (not too loud) music from Friends member Pat Smith.
Did you see all the baskets we had at the teacup auction?
We hope you got some of the good stuff. The auction raised over $2,000 for the library.
Thanks to all the Friends of the Bakerville Library, who organized the event, publicized it, hauled things around, collected donations, created auction baskets, set up the auction, and cleaned everything up.
Please thank these donors and patronize the businesses who supported our library:
The Cerruto family
The Board of the Bakerville Library
The Nygren family
Clark and Chris Slate
The Rubenoff family
Book Club for adults