The Scugog Library is now accepting applications for our Annual Snowflake Sale. The Snowflake Sale runs from November 16th to December 16th and showcases a wide variety of handcrafted items created by local artists and artisans. This sale is a fundraiser and 30% of all sales go to support the Library.
We have a limited number of tables available so a committee considers the applications and chooses those that will provide the best variety and craftsmanship.
If you are interested, please download and print an application using the link below. The deadline for applications is Monday, October 15th at 5pm.
To effectively and efficiently deliver services to the community, public input, feedback, comments and suggestions are essential. There are numerous ways for the public to be heard throughout the budget process and we invite you to provide us your feedback.
A budget survey has been created to gain public feedback and input into the 2019 budget process.
To fill in the budget survey online, please CLICK HERE.
We are thrilled to add to our wonderful cultural events with some special programs in honour of Culture Days in September and a new Art program in partnership with the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region. We have, as usual, some fantastic films lined up for our regular Movie Nights, and our much-loved book club programs. We also have lots going on for the little ones as usual with our storytimes! There’s something for everyone at the Library!
Experience a fresh perspective and explore a world of colour and natural beauty in the upcoming exhibit “Perspectives in Colour + Form” by Cathy Lombard, Timothy Moore and Patrick Moore. The opening Reception will begin Saturday, August 25th, 2018 at 2 pm. The show will run August 25th – September 27th, 2018 in the Kent Farndale Gallery in the Scugog Memorial Public Library at 231 Water Street in Port Perry.
Three artists combine their talents in this vibrant show using diverse media including paint, ceramics and photography. The theme of this exhibit is colour and form in a landscape of the discarded, forgotten and ancient.
The Kent Farndale Gallery is open 7 days a week during library hours. Please call 905-985-7686 for more information.