Seekonk Meadows Anniversary Celebration, 2014

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The Seekonk Meadows is an extraordinary community resource. On June 21, the community celebrated the third anniversary of the opening of the Meadows with music, art, kite flying, storytelling and a host of other activities. Some pictures from that day can be seen below. We greatly appreciate everyone who was involved in making this summer kick-off a great success, with special thanks to Cheryl Faria and the Seekonk Meadows Management Committee who planned this event. I also wish to thank the Seekonk Artist Network that arranged for local artists to display their work both inside the library and on the Meadows. I also wish to thank the library employees who helped with the planning, staff the library information booth, and stayed late that Saturday so the library could remain open throughout the event. Finally, I wish to thank the Public Works Department for maintaining the Meadows and helping to keep it an attractive place to visit. I hope to see you next year at what I am sure will be an even bigger and better celebration.


Library information booth 


Master Gardeners’ Display 



Local Artists at Work on the Meadows



Mass. Audubon Storyteller

Children Listening to the Mass.  Audubon Storyteller


Home-made Kites Over the Meadows



Works of Local Artists Displayed Inside the Library


Paintings by Local Artists Hung in the New Exhibit Space




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