Newfoundland & Labrador Libraries Get in the Festive Spirit!

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Newfoundland & Labrador Library Association! To fill you with holiday cheer, we thought we’d share some pics of libraries in our province decked and festooned for the season. Special thanks to Erin Alcock, Angela Menchion, Kelly Hatch, Chris Young, Louise McGillis, Jane Matthews (Fox), and Patsy Bowers for sending in pics of their creative decorations!

Impressive tree at the Queen Elizabeth II Library, Memorial University, in St. John’s.

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Festive reindeer at the Pasadena Public Library! And books under the tree…the perfect gift!

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A Christmas tree made out of books at the Health Sciences Library, Memorial University, in St. John’s.

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Candy-Wonderland at Churchill Falls Public Library (and, yes, those are REAL gingerbread houses!):

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Glitzy-glam retro Christmas at the Ferriss Hodgett Library, Grenfell Campus of Memorial University, in Corner Brook.

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Stockings hung by a fire at Tilley Memorial Public Library in King’s Point.

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Santa’s Village & holiday-themed book display at Grand Bank Memorial Public Library

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  1. Alberta Auringer Wood

    Loved seeing the terrific holiday decorations at the various libraries, especially made me homesick for St. John’s! This is especially so as we are temporarily living in Wellington, New Zealand, for a few months where the Festive Season has a different appearance. Happy Christmas and have a good New Year!

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