ROCKLAND — The Rockland Public Library is seeking applications from local non-profit civic and cultural groups, clubs and individuals, to display artwork, collections and other small items and/or information about their group in the display cases in the Winter Garden corridor.

Two display cases on the main floor are available for such promotional displays. These two lockable glass-enclosed display cabinets are approximately five feet, four inches tall on the interior with three adjustable and removable shelves. The cabinets are 24 inches wide and 14.5 inches deep. One or both display cases may be reserved. Displays are generally kept up for one month.

Exhibitors are responsible for the creation, set up and removal of the display in a timely manner. Organizations providing materials for displays will be acknowledged with a sign “Materials in this display are provided by…” No items may be sold nor may prices be posted.

Those wishing to display in the library’s display cases must complete and submit an “Application for Use” of the Rockland Public Library Display Case(s). Email Jessica Blanchard at or call the library at 594-0310 for an application or with any questions.