Gazebo Construction

The Haysville Community Library’s new gazebo will be constructed this coming Saturday, November 21st, in the open area to the north of the library and south of the library’s northern parking lot.

The Haysville Friends of the Library, Haysville Pride, and the local Veterans of Foreign Wars, among others, have volunteered their time and energy to meet between 8:30 and 9:00 AM on Saturday morning for our own contemporary interpretation of an old-fashioned barn-raising. Others are encouraged to volunteer, and every hand will be welcome – and fed a hot lunch. With good luck, and your help, we’ll finish by early afternoon.

The gazebo, a smaller version of the large gazebo across from the library in the historical district, will be open to the public as soon as completed, but the official dedication will not take place until spring 2010.

Here’s a quick review of the work that’s been done to date:

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  1. […] Gazebo Construction 2 At 8:30 Saturday morning, November 21, members of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars, Haysville Pride, the Haysville Friends of the Library and other volunteers set to work building the Haysville Community Library’s new gazebo on the north side of the library, and relocating the memorial bell to its new location near the flagpoles and the gazebo. (For earlier construction work on the gazebo foundation and walkway, see our previous post, Gazebo Construction). […]

  2. […] more on the construction of the gazebo, see our earlier posts here, here and […]


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