Art in the Library
The audience for exhibition is the general community served by Napa County Library. Approximately 1,000 people visit the library daily, from all walks of life. Approximately one-third of the visitors are children aged 14 and under.
The Art in the Library Committee meets in the spring to review and select submitted artwork. The Committee is comprised of area artists and the Art in the Library coordinator.
For more information on events of the library, please call the Napa Public Library today – (707) 253-4241.
Events at the Library
Volunteer With Us
Activity: Receptions held on 2nd Friday of the month from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. Reception begins at 6:15 pm, with the presentation running from between 6:30 or 6:45 till 7:30pm.
Responsibility: Help set up beverage service at 5:45. Serve wine, if this format resumes, for the 30 minutes prior to the presentation which begins at 6:30. Make a short presentation to the audience on donating to the Foundation, which provides for Art in the Library. Help clean up. Server may leave after clean-up or listen to the presentation.
Note: Receptions are hosted on the 2nd Friday of the month unless the day is a holiday or Valentine’s Day. In this case, a new date will be identified. For more details, call Stephnia Pramuk, (707) 253-4223
Remember to have your server’s permit up-to-date. Online training for Responsible Beverage Service can be found at https://www.rbspermit.com/