Last Saturday, while I was selling books at the Winthrop Craft Fair, there was a party going on at the Charles M. Bailey Public Library in honor of its 100th birthday.
I was sorry to miss the party, but I sent Clif with our trusty wee wonder of a camera, and he got some very good shots. Normally, I don’t post this many pictures, but Bailey Library will only turn 100 once, so I’m going to make an exception with this post.
There was a cake, of course, with a picture of our beautiful library,
a wall of birthday cards,
and speeches by various friends and supporters.
Many people came to celebrate the library’s birthday.
The festivities ended with a bell concert.
A very happy birthday, Bailey Library, and thank you, Charles M. Bailey, for giving the the town this magnificent gift.