Thursday December 21st at 6:30 PM the Driftwood Public Library will have its annual Winter Solstice Celebration event in the Distad reading Room. Anyone is free to come to the library and enjoy food and acoustic music. There will be librarians mingling and a special story time.
“Driftwood Library Solstice Celebration is a time for the community to come together and celebrate the lengthening of the days.” – Ken “Hobbes” Hobson – Circulation Supervisor
For over a decade, the staff of Driftwood Public Library have been hosting a Winter Solstice event that brings together, musicians and poets (and cookies) from throughout Lincoln County. The community is invited to share in this evening of calm, reflection and good cheer as we welcome the sun back into our lives. The event takes place as close to the actual date of Solstice as we can manage, and is a welcome respite during the Holiday bustle. Many Lincoln City residents have made this event an annual tradition in their Holiday schedule. Please keep an eye on the Current Events page.
Driftwood Public Library will be closed Sunday, December 24th; Monday, December 25th; and Monday, January 1st for the holidays.