The CSA pieces are on their way!

Purchasing Art Shares Supports Local Artists.

Those who purchased shares in our first two rounds of the Library Arts Center's first-ever Community Supported Art (CSA) subscriptions will enjoy having a 4×4 pieces of original art mailed to them once a month for five months from January through May 2021.  Find out more about this program.


Art Classes, Exhibits, Concerts + More!

The Library Arts Center is currently closed to the public--meaning all in-person classes, exhibits and events are canceled.  We've been working hard, and are proud to present a number of virtual classes, performances and exhibits virtually!

GoG Private Shopping Sessions

Thursday Evening Watercolor - via Zoom

Class with instructor Becky Bense
Tuition: $40
Thursdays, March 18, 25, April 1, 8, 6:00-8:00pm

Please join us and learn the basics of watercolor or develop your current skills in a fun and safe atmosphere.  Studying via ZOOM has lots of benefits too: no driving in dark and slippery weather, no hauling bags of supplies in and out of the car, students from anywhere can join, and we can be social and stay safe and healthy!  This class is a great way to learn watercolor, expand your mind, skillset and make new friends.

 Find out more  and Register Here.

GoG Private Shopping Sessions

A Watercolor Walk through New England - via Zoom

Class with instructor Patti Warren
Tuition: $35
Thursdays, February 11, 18, 25, and March 4, 2:00-3:30pm

Join Patti Warren in this four session class on painting the New England landscape.  The class will focus on painting four different scenes in four different seasons. This class is most appropriate for the advanced beginner with some drawing skills.  Join in this creative community from the comforts of home and get creative this winter.

 Find out more  and Register Here.


CSA (Community Supported Arts!) Shares are now SOLD OUT.

After the tremendous popularity of our new CSA Art Share program, we are thrilled to launch Round Two with art from five more exceptional artists. Find out more about this exciting new program at the Library Arts Center.

Liz & Dan Faiella

How to Catch a Walrus in the Woods with Deborah Stone

The outdoors can be like a gym where you can run, jump and climb. It can be like a theater where you can see amazing and beautiful scenery. But did you ever think of using the outdoors as a playground for your imagination? In this film, professor and “Walrus Catcher” Deborah Stone will show you how to create fantasy creatures in the woods and how to make up fun stories about them.

Watch HERE.

Eric McDonald

In-person Yoga at Dance Arts Academy in Sunapee

Gentle Yoga – Tuesday Mornings | 8:30-9:30am
FULL – Chair – Tuesday Mornings | 10:00-10:45am
All Levels – Friday Mornings | 8:30-9:30am

Yoga classes with Brianna Renner are currently taking place in-person, indoors at a new temporary location at Dance Arts Academy in Sunapee.  **Space is limited and reservations are required.  We’ve added the option to attend any class online via Zoom, as well!

 Find out more HERE.

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