Zach Field wows the crowd as he juggles and rides a unicycle.
Posted August 24, 2016
Last modified August 30, 2016
PHOTO STORY BY CANDIS JOYCE
On July 30, the Swan’s Island Library hosted its Annual Island Bazaar while celebrating the fifh anniversary of the new library building. Artists, crafts people, good food and an auction, along with music by island musicians, created a festive atmosphere.
One of the highlights of the day was a repeat performance by juggler Zack Field. He wowed the crowd at the opening of the library, and happily came back to celebrate the anniversary.
Carol Petraitis, presdent of the Swan’s Island Educational Society board of trustees, read a congratulatory letter from Sen. Susan Collins and presented gifts of appreciation to past president Ken Dutille and exiting board member Christal Applin.
Joyce is director of the library.
Carol Petraitis presents gifts to past SIES Board President Ken Dutille and exiting board member Christal Applin.
Zach Field also entertained the kids with his balloon artist skills.
Bazaar co-chair Karen Griffin enjoys a few minutes tending the library bookstore.
Island musicians Marshall and Shep Walker and John Follis provide backup for Eric Chetwynd.
Nine years ago, a man who had no background or any interest in creating art became an artist. Swimming along the bottom of Wiscasset harbor, 30 feet under water, bottle hunter Rick Carney was hit with an idea that would lead him down an unimagined path.
The $1.1 million property, for which the town has paid $810,000 for a purchase option, includes a wharf, two-story building, launch ramp and more than a half acre of harbor-front land in the heart of the village, just beyond the Port Clyde General Store.