Through displays, the library makes patrons aware of its programs, services, and resources. In its role as an educational force in the community the library also welcomes the opportunity to display paintings, photographs, crafts, sculptures, and other items in the library where space permits.
The following areas in the building are available for community displays:
One open panel in the first-floor foyer with additional space below for brochures/pamphlets.
First-floor gallery, which includes two upright display cases.
Other window spaces as available.
Community Display Place Policy
Please review the Community Display Place Policy to learn more about criteria for displays in the library. All displays, whether generated by library representatives or the public, will be considered in terms of the standards listed in the policy.
Not all exhibits will meet all standards. Responsibility for the selection of exhibits generated by the public rests with the Library Advisory Board after recommendation from the Library Display Committee, which is appointed by the Library Advisory Board and comprising members of library support groups, staff, and interested persons.
To book a display space library, email Sandy Johnston, General Services Coordinator, or call (830) 248-1613.