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The Town of Chester Public Library’s Ruplin Gallery was named in 2003 after Ferdinand Ruplin, a very generous early supporter of the Library. The gallery is located just inside the main entrance to the Library.
Gallery: North Warren Elementary School
Display Case: Black History Month
Gallery and Display Case: North Warren High School
Gallery: Paintings by Sherry Frey and Suzanne Rinas
Display Case: Fenton Glass / Dianne Johnstone
Gallery: Art work by Susannah Stiehm
Reception May 26, 2022 5-7 p.m.
Display Case: Chess sets by Wendy Joy-Hayes
An reception for both artists will be held in the Library on Friday June 17 from 5–7 p.m.
Gallery: Textile Art by Alice Vollaro. . .more
Display Case: Ideas in Wood by Joseph Kern. . .more
Gallery: Photography by John Hales
Display Case: Sculptures by Lisa Collado
Gallery and Display Case: Historical Society's Sumi Collection
Gallery: Paintings by Phyllis Brown
Display Case: TBA
Gallery: Fall Quilts by Karen Pellettier
Display Case: TBA
Gallery: Photography by Bob McDermott
Display Case- TBA
Display Case- Ann Coberg's private collection of Santas
Join the fun on Sunday, September 18, 2022 from 1–4 p.m. for the Friends of the Library annual wine tasting and silent auction at the Friends Lake Inn. Taste terrific wines and hors d'oeuvres, bid on donated art, gift certificates, and more. Make your reservation or buy tickets for the ever popular basket raffle at the Library or online here.
Thanks to a grant from the ADK Foundation the Library Trustees were able to purchase laptops for use by patrons in the Library. Check one out with your drivers license or other identification and find a comfy spot to sit down and compute away!
Next Friends of the Library Meeting:
Please join us at 10 AM in the Library!
This website is funded and managed by The Friends of the Town of Chester Public Library, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds to supplement the budget of the Town of Chester Public Library. The Friends of the Library uses proceeds from fund raising events and membership fees to host educational events, provide programming for children, and to purchase books, periodicals and equipment for the library.
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