Friends of Ramona Library will be dedicating the new stained glass window recently installed in the library’s south-west entrance. The new James Hubbell creation was installed in November and complements the window which was installed last year in the north-east entrance.
The dedication will take place on Wednesday, January 15 at 1 p.m. with the world acclaimed architect/artist as guest of honor.
“The windows are like adding visual music to the entrances”, said Hubbell, who named it "Aeolius: Mystical Keeper of the Winds," from ancient mythology.
“It is a source of inspiration and change; a blessing” he added. “The construction of our new library has brought an intersection of democracy and literacy to the community of Ramona and aids in the launching of further education, training and knowledge.”
The new windows were made possible from public contributions to the Friends of the Ramona Library as well as from the Ramona Art Guild which donated $2,000 to the second Hubbell window.
The public is invited to attend the event as well as the Friends monthly board meeting, which follows, and learn more about the work of the organization.