Every year we seek new art to display in the Fireside Reading Room. We are currently seeking submissions for the 2018-2019 year. Entries are due by October 8, 5:00 pm. For Complete guidelines click Here.
Join us for a Candidate Forum at the library on October 20! Do you have questions you would like to ask Sarah Vance and Paul Seaton? Email: email@example.com or stop by Kachemak Gear Shed, Captains Coffee, K-Bay Caffe, Two Sisters Bakery, or the library and submit a question in the ballot boxes provided!
Get ready to read! Friends of the Homer Library will host our fourth Big Read in January and February 2019. Our selected title is Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast. Events will include a panel discussion on caregiving, book conversations throughout the community, a graphic memoir workshop with Lee Post, and more. We'll keep you posted when books become available!
The Big Read is made possible through the generous support of the National Endowment for the Arts.
Friends of the Homer Library Receives an Award from Alaska Center for the Book!
Friends of the Homer Library is excited to announce that Alaska Center for the Book has selected Books on Board (BOB) as one of the recipients of the 2018 Contributions to Literacy in Alaska (CLIA) awards. Specifically, BOB is being recognized with the Sue Sherif Award; named for a longtime Alaska librarian pivotal in supporting literacy efforts through the state library system. The award recognizes the volunteer efforts of BOB the Bookmobile and crew to encourage literacy in our community.
Thank you, Alaska Center for the Book, and thank you to all of our volunteers and friends of BOB.