This Saturday! We offer Krafts with Kiley! Ages 4-7 @ 10- 10:45! Swipe to see the fun snowflake craft and story she has prepared! There are a limited number of spots available, so please DM us to secure a seat for your kiddo! As always, we are committed to following Covid-19 safety protocols and strive to create a safe, clean and fun environment for our patrons. #magnolialibrary #magnolialibraryandcommunitycenter #capeannkids #capeannkidsprograms #communityfirst #strongkidsstrongcommunities #kidkrafts #craftylife #magnoliama #capeannlibraries
Some wonderful volunteers working on the renovations at the Magnolia Library
This January I will be lending my time and effort to help re-design the library room at the Magnolia Library and Community Center. This is a really important space to our family and it is important that it continue to serve the community.
After another great breakfast at Sherry’s Corner Cafe, 2 Lexington Avenue, Magnolia, Gloucester, MA 01930 crossed the street to Magnolia Library to take a look at the Valentine Tree.
In conjunction with the outdoor Magnolia Tree Lighting, Agapé Brewing Community will be lighting an indoor “giving tree” on Sunday, December 8 at the Magnolia Library. Agape has partnered with Pathways for Children to supply gifts for up to 45 local children in need. The Giving Tree will have tags/ornaments each listing info about the children (age, favorite things, toy wish list, etc). After we light the tree, all in attendance are encouraged to take a tag and go shopping for that child. All gifts should be NEW and UNWRAPPED and can be dropped off at our 2nd Annual Holiday Marketplace on Sunday Dec 15 from 12pm-5pm at the Magnolia Library (additional drop off times TBD).
The tree lighting will also feature food, beer, live music, crafts, games, and pictures with Santa.
Celebrant and Folklorist Rose Sheehan will lead a lighthearted celebration of the Vernal Equinox and the Return of Spring at the Magnolia Library and Community Center on Sunday, March 24 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Drawing on the seasonal wisdom found in nature, mythology and folk customs, Rose will weave a mix of games, crafts, story and song throughout the afternoon. The celebration is appropriate for all ages. There is a suggested sliding scale of $5 to $15 per person.
We will meet upstairs in the Richardson Suite.
For more information, contact Rose at email@example.com
Magnolia Library & Community Center
1 Lexington Avenue
Gloucester, Magnolia, MA 01930
Sunday at 3 PM – 4 PM
Magnolia Library and Community Center is hosting a blood drive with Red Cross on Friday, February 15 from 2-7pm. Since many blood drives nationwide have been cancelled recently due to extreme weather, donations & support are critical. To limit your wait in line, RSVP an appointment at RedCrossBlood.org/donate
1 Lexington Avenue
Magnolia, Gloucester, MA 01930
Hope to see all at another great event at the Magnolia Library.
Some of the vendors
Lindsay – Angie’s alpacas
Susan W O’Leary sassy ecobags…
Lara Snackzilla Jardullo Visual interest
Little Dresses for Africa (two paid spots)
Linda Brown- all our purpose flowers
Fran Simon -Simply Simon Soaps
Jennifer Schmorrow- paparazzis
Jamie Green Klopotoski– agape brew community
Vionette Vee Chipperini- victory designs by Vee
Jodie Malatzky Tupperware
Jeanine Zelig- salter point provisions
Stephen Perin- crepes
Love this Fair, come on down and enjoy the gifts, lunch and baked goods.
1 Lexington Avenue, Magnolia Gloucester, MA
Friday, October 12, 2018 starting at 6:00 pm
1 Lexington Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
Sip N Shops at Magnolia Library are BACK!!!! Join friends and vendors like Agapé Brewing Community, Simply Simon Soap & Skincare, Periwinkle Treasure, Magnolia Historical Society Inc, Pauline’s Gifts, Little Dresses for Africa/Gloucester,Ma., Visual Interest, as well as Reps from PureHaven, Color Street, Paparazzi, Young Living, art work from local photographers Sharon Lowe, Donna Ardizzoni, and Melissa Cox and so much much more!!!!! Light appetizers and wine sips provided by vendors. Donations and proceeds benefit the Magnolia Library’s upcoming construction of handicap accessible bathrooms.
Did you know that a single blood donation could save three lives? Magnolia Library & Community Center is proud to partner with the local chapter of the American Red Cross and offer opportunities for our friends and neighbors to donate.
Magnolia Library and Community Center
1 Lexington Ave, Gloucester, MA 01930
Monday, July 23
Time: 2 p.m. – 7 p.m.
To register for an upcoming blood drive, visit the Red Cross website.
I am More at the Paint Factory, Magnolia Library Indoor Yard Sale, and of course the beach.
The Easter Egg Hunt presented by the Women’s Community Club of Magnolia.