I am back at the Georgetown Public Library again, and I wanted to share one of the quilts on display. It is called “Red Poppies of Georgetown” and was made by the San Gabriel Quilters to help celebrate the Georgetown Sesquicentennial in 1998. I hope you like it.
This afternoon, I am back at the Georgetown Public Library to explore some more and to kill some time before going for a long walk. I found a collection of models to photograph. According to the placard, “John M. Barcus, a former Georgetown resident who died in 1976 at age 85, built these models between 1969 and 1973. He donated them to the Georgetown Public Library in 1973 when he moved to San Benito to live with his daughter.” I hope you like them.
Today, I am trying a new place to chill before walking in Georgetown – The Georgetown Public Library . The front of the library has a sculpture called Danielle’s Dream . I didn’t have much time to explore, so I will have to return soon. I did find a cool little coffee shop in one corner of the library that I will have to let you know more about. 🙂