Come join library staff each Solstice evening for an evening of music, poetry and cookies.
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.
Monday, December 21st, 2020
This year's annual Solstice celebration is going virtual and we're looking for performers to submit videos which will be edited together and posted on Driftwood Public Library's Facebook page and YouTube channel on Monday, December 21, 2020.
If you are interested in submitting a video, please contact Circulation Supervisor, Ken Hobson (Hobbes) by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 541-996-2277.
Performances of all types are encouraged, but we ask that they be no longer than 5 minutes and focus on the theme of Winter Solstice. In the past, we've had various types of musical performances, short story readings, and poetry. Performance videos must be submitted by December 14.