In spite of the fact that trees keep falling on us...
Compliments of Hurricane Sandy
But this year, the gingerbread trim was spared
The South Dennis Free Public Library is everywhere!
On the quilt sold to raise funds for the Dennis Memorial Library addition
On the quilt at the Dennis Town Offices
We've had this one for years. Nobody knows who painted it.
This one was left on our doorstep in 2011.. another unknown artist.
A lovely, magical watercolor by local artist,
These are the creations of Brewster artist, Karen North Wells.
A gift from South Dennis artist and woodcarver, Howard Bonington
On a tile...and on a whale!
Tile by Ann Blechstein
"A Whale of a Town' by local artist Theresa LaBrecque
And, in photographs, including this very special one.
Entitled 'Blue Shutters--Blue Sky' and taken by freelance photographer Stanlee Wetzel on February 19, 2011, this won First Prize in the Dennis Arts and Culture Council's 4th juried photo contest, awarded April 12, 2011.
We're a library for all seasons.
Our dogwood tree in the spring
Dogwood photographs taken by Patricia O. Dolan
Hidden behind fallen trees after Storm Irene
Not a kind end to August 2011
And winter...a sunset over the South Dennis Library, taken from the across-the-street home of The Hemmenway family, long-time supporters of the library.
Contributed by Ann Aboody, one of our patrons and the South Dennis representative on the Dennis Library Board
The library dressed for Christmas...
with a front door wreath to match!
Special thanks to my husband, Andre Speyer, who photographed and/or scanned all our 'images' except Stanlee Wetzel's prize-winner.