Art on the Carnegie apt to hang around all winter

Seasonal abstract art adorns the windows of the Carnegie Library Museum.

While others were hard at work installing windows in downtown Perry this week, volunteers were adorning the windows of the gem that is the Carnegie Library Museum.

While we can’t quite yet open our doors to the public, we can decorate the windows and doors with snowflakes that don’t melt, don’t cause us to slip and slide or make us retrieve our long-stored shovels.

They are a little challenging to make into a snowperson, though.

How many snowflakes adorn the Carnegie? What are they made of? How many distinctive designs do you see?

We’re looking forward to reopening the Carnegie in 2022. In the meantime, you can always use your library card to check out books in the Carnegie’s collection.

Let it snow!


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