Artists, take note! The deadline for the Fall River Library Art Competition is next week--March 31. There is no fee to enter. Artists may submit up to two works for consideration. All artwork must be submitted in JPEG or PDF format and emailed to lclark(at)sailsinc.org, along with artist's contact info and statement. Twenty finalists will be asked to bring in their original works for final judging, and the winning artist will receive a prize of $1,500 and have their work displayed at the library.
The Plainville Public Library, the Plainville Historical Commission, and the SAILS Library Network have collaborated to create a collection of photographs of Plainville and its residents for the SAILS Digital History Collection. The Library and the Historical Society have held scanning parties at the library. Plainville residents who wanted to share their family history brought photographs to the library for scanning. The scanned images were transmitted to the SAILS Library Network where detailed descriptions were added. The images and descriptions then uploaded into the SAILS Digital History Collection. These images are now available on that website as well as on the Massachusetts Digital Commonwealth and the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) websites.
View the Preserving Plainville's Past online exhibit.
Calling all cake decorators! No matter what your age or your level of experience, enter the 9th annual Bristol Community College SkillsUSA Cake Competition, Saturday, April 9, 2016.
Cake Craft: A Fantasy Book Competition is the name of the show, and it is your chance to conceive and create a confection that reflects “Magical, Mystical, Mythological” books. The day is full of demonstrations and displays, and your cake could gain you glory!
Watch this space for details as they evolve, and follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/bcccakecompetition for inside tips and reveals. (In fact, go there to meet our keynote speaker!)
This position may include evening and weekend hours. Direct public service, clerical and technical work in providing various library services to the Dartmouth Public Libraries.
Town of Dartmouth is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Qualifications: Associate’s degree; three years library experience preferred; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
Education Required: Associate’s degree
Salary: Grade L1 – $19.10 – $22.81
Applicants may submit a cover letter, resume, and application to:
Town of Dartmouth
400 Slocum Road
Dartmouth, MA 02747
or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org