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Library Display Case

library cabinet 300Group 74 is delighted and honored to have donated the new glass display case with funds raised from our recent Victorian Tea. The case in located inside the library, it has 12 glass shelves that are illuminated with lights, and it is kept locked at all times. Bookings are for the entire display case.

Display and exhibit space is available to individuals, schools and community organizations to display their art, handicrafts, collectibles, and projects. The display space is also made available to non-profit organizations for the display of promotional material. Displays and exhibits are booked in one month blocks and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Bookings may be made up to two years in advance and are limited to one booking in any one year period.

The individual booking the space or a representative of an organization booking the space must sign an agreement stating they have read the policy and agree to its terms and all booking applications are subject to approval.

Anyone interested in making a community display booking can contact Sandra W Marrin, Branch Librarian, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To read the Brooklin Town Crier article on the display case, click here.

wpl displayMessage from Ian Ross the CEO Of the Whitby Public Library:
As it celebrates its 40th year of giving to the Brooklin community, Group 74 has donated a display case to the Brooklin Branch of the Whitby Public Library. The cheque presentation and dedication took place this morning, June 12, 2014.

Thanks, Group 74!

 

Please click on the image to read the thank you letter from Ian Ross, CEO of the Whitby Public Library.