v e v Winter/Spring 2018 Summer 2022 Volume 30, Issue 2 Volume 26, Issue 1 DIRECTOR’S UPDATE: Summer is right around the corner and with it comes Oceans of Possibilities at your library. We are thrilled to return to a full slate of unrestricted, in-person programs for summer reading 2022. Readers on the north shore will celebrate this year’s water theme with possibilities on the shores of Lake Erie. Progress continues with the library’s exterior restoration project. Current activity is focused on the original Carnegie library building where elaborate scaff olding is erected and lifts are needed to reach the high peaks and turrets. Preparation for repointing of the entire structure is complete. Removal of old mortar was fi nished in early April, and application of new mortar has begun. Preparation is underway for repairs of the roof tile and dormer fl ashing. The next phase of the work will include repointing the jail and addition sections and replacing the decorative cornice on the old jail. Later this summer, restoration work will start at the Follett House Museum. We are delighted to have the library’s branches open with regular hours for the tourist season again this summer. The Follett House Museum reopened with Saturday hours for the public and classroom visits in April and May and will be open three days a week starting in June. The Kelleys Island Library returns to its summer schedule after Memorial Day. We welcome you to read, play, and learn with us this summer! Molly Carver Executive Director Coon Restoration team at work. Joey Cassel, New Departure Films, photgrapher SANDUSKY LIBRARY 20 22 SUMMER READING PROGRAM Sandusky Library...giving all people opportunities to enrich their lives. C t t o o r r e C o o Cover Cover

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