The Holbrook Public Library is hoping to resume its position in the community as a backdrop for the display of art, according to library director Ruth Hathaway. Hathaway is urging area artists, not just those who live in town, to use the walls in the adult section of the library to display their framed photographs, paintings, needlework, and other work. Artists are welcome to list the price of their work and their contact information. The library has featured exhibitions in the past, and is looking to resume support of the local arts community, Hathaway said. The only exhibit booked so far is an informational display on foster care in February, she said.
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