As we reported in August, the Friends of the Library have a fresh new website.
Look inside the site at this NEW ADDRESS:
Please also add our NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS to your contacts:
Another special thanks goes to Project A for donating their expert design services and technical assistance to the project. We recently delivered baked goods to the Project A team for their morning break.
Celebrate National Friends of the Library Week with THE PUBLIC! National Friends of the Library Week is October 20-26. In addition to the anniversary celebration above, we are going to mark the occasion with a special screening of THE PUBLIC, Monday, October 21, 2 pm, in the Gresham Room at the library. There will be popcorn!
THE PUBLIC is the 2018 film written, directed by, and starring Emilio Estevez, along with an ensemble cast that includes Alec Baldwin, Jena Malone, Michael Kenneth Williams, and Christian Slater. The Public refers both to the Cincinnati Public Library where the story takes place, and the public who use it. During a severe cold snap, a group of homeless people decide to stay past closing, and the librarians decide to stay with them. The rest of the film is about the standoff with city officials that ensues.
In Honor of Jackson County Library Services, Cheers to 100 Years. Please join us for a Wine and Cheese Reception in Celebration of Our Centennial. October 24th at 5:30 in the evening, Ashland Library. 410 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, OR (Adults only please)
Amy Kinard was named the Friend of the Year for 2018 to honor the many behind-the-scenes hours she has given to the silent auction and other Friends activities. The award comes with a shelf plaque, which Amy chose to place in the children’s picture book collection, in honor of her grandchildren.
Photo: Leslie Dawson presents the 2018 Friends of the Year award to Amy Kinard. Photo by Bob Palermini
Cheri Elson, Attorney, and Adam Sperber, Business Manager, of Drescher Elson Sperber, P.C., received the 2018 Business Partner of the Year award at the March 2019 annual meeting in recognition of the valuable pro bono assistance Cheri provided to the bylaws committee last year. The honor includes a shelf plaque, which Cheri and Adam chose to have placed in the Ashland Library’s law collection.