Seattle Sketcher sketches Queen Anne library
Posted on January 11th, 2014 by Sara Willy
Last month, the Seattle Sketcher (aka Gabriel Campanario), asked via Twitter what Queen Anne locations would be good subjects.
That week, I’d published a blog post on the Seattle Public Libarary Queen Anne branch’s 100th anniversary celebration, so I suggested the library, and voila!
Today, the Seattle Times published his drawings of our library in a post entitled: “Queen Anne Library to turn page on century of memories” – so a nice tie-in to this Sunday’s birthday celebration at the library.
You can check out his sketches in the Seattle Times article (or click on the image) – and don’t forget this weekend’s free celebration at the Queen Anne branch:
When: Sunday, January 12th, 2pm to 4pm
Where: Queen Anne branch, Seattle Public Library (400 W Garfield St)
- Goodwill’s Vintage Fashion Collection exhibit of vintage clothing and an interactive hat show
- Historical information provided by Queen Anne Historical Society
- Music and refreshments
- A commemorative bookmark
- Children’s craft activity making whirligigs