The Rossland Public Library raised $500 by selling cookies at the Rekindle event in December. (Submitted)

Rossland loves cookies, Rekindle event shows

The Rossland Public Library raised $500 at the Rekindle event in December.

The Rossland Public Library raised $500 at the Rekindle event in December, proof that Rossland loves homemade cookies.

The Library appreciates the help and wants to thank the many talented bakers from the community who contributed sweets. Funding was recently finalized to allow the second stage of construction to begin for the Library Renewal project, a renovation of the Libraries’ interior spaces.

We are still fundraising for additional features, such as lighting and furniture and a second Books and Treats/Stories and Sweets will be held at Winter Carnival, outside the Library on Friday, Jan. 26, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Come support your local Library and enjoy more home-baked cookies.

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