With summer past, it’s time for an annual tradition here at the library, and one that I thought deserves some discussion here: the Friends of the South Portland Public Library and the annual book sale.… Read more.
I’ve been thinking (It’s at this point where, if I knew any better, I’d stop typing)…
We’ve made it a priority here at the library, over the last year or so, to enhance our visibility in the community. … Read more.
This copy of the Hi-Fi Stereo Handbook was recently found on our shelves and removed from our collection.
Originally published in 1956, this is the 5th revised edition, added to our collection when it was new, in 1978. … Read more.
Today’s post is a follow-up to the previous “Why More Land?” post, regarding the potential for acquiring a bit of additional land, adjacent to the library.… Read more.
The South Portland Public Library has been depicted in artwork a few times over the years. In today’s post, I wanted to share a few images I’ve come across as I’ve sorted through the library’s “archives” of historical clippings and ephemera – a tour of Art of the South Portland Public Library, if you will…
This first image is the original concept art of the building, which I’ve shared before.… Read more.
Many of you have noticed some of the changes to the library space over the past year or so. While we get regular comments about the improvements, I realized that I have never explained to a broad audience what we are actually doing. … Read more.