The Plymouth Public Library Foundation will hold an online auction benefiting the Plymouth, MA Public Library, just in time for the holidays.
Over 140 works of art will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. Donated items from Library patrons and Foundation supporters include and experiences include award-winning artwork and artists such as Marc Brown (creator of Arthur characters), C. Benolt , Frederic Remington, CC Wolf, Anita Parker, JD Bennett, Melanie McKennon, Irene Shea, Frederic Joy, Vi Hathaway, Betty McCool, Scott Kettle, Helen Waite, Mary Mariner, Tom Vollert, Samuel Emrys Evans, and many more.
Bidding is open Wednesday, November 2 at 12:00 noon and closes Saturday, November 12 at 8:00 P.M. Winning bidders may pick up their art at the main library, 132 South St. on Monday November 14 from 10:00 to 6:00pm.
Look for the Plymouth Library Foundation Benefit Art Sale.
Auction proceeds will support continued free access to educational resources, the latest technology, cultural events, care and maintenance of library gardens, and more. The auction is sponsored and hosted by Caring Transitions of South Shore MA.
About the Plymouth Public Library Foundation:
The Plymouth Public Library Foundation works to provide quality services and resources to the community in a variety of accessible formats and locations. The Foundation is committed to planning for the future, increasing community awareness of library services and programs, and securing financial support. Find more information at https://www.pplfdn.org