Are you interested in displaying your artwork or collection at the library?

To fulfill its mission to meet the cultural and intellectual needs of North Reading citizens, The Flint Memorial Library allows use of its display case, and selected wall spaces, by individuals and groups for civic, educational, cultural, and philanthropic purposes it deems in the interest of the community.

Exhibit space will be granted, as space allows, on an equitable basis to qualified individuals or groups, on a first-come, first-served basis, regardless of their beliefs or affiliations, provided the content of the display is within the broad standards of community acceptability.

The library will exercise judgement as to current usefulness or interest. Exhibitors should be aware that the library is a public space where all people are welcome. Exhibits should be suitable for viewing by all ages.

The library assumes no responsibility for the preservation, protection or possible damage or theft of any item displayed or exhibited. A release form must be signed by the exhibitor.

Exhibitors will set up and remove their own exhibits at a mutually scheduled time.

Booking Procedures – Exhibit space should be booked through the Library’s Exhibit Coordinator, Teresa Penney at

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