With plant sale just around the corner, it’s time to bust out your shovels and pots. The Friends of the Library are looking for healthy, viable plant donations for the plant sale; Hostas, Bleeding Hearts, and Solomon Seal are highly desired, but most native perennials are of interest.
If you have plants you would like to donate, they may be potted up and brought to the home of Nancy Loomis — call the library for more information.
If you have more brawn than flora, we need your help, too! There is lots of digging and potting to do, call the library or Nancy Loomis to get started.
The plant sale will be held at the library on Saturday, June 14 from 9 am – 1 pm.
Learn simple and effective techniques to quiet the mind and relax the body.
Thursdays in May
1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd
Arrival time from 5:00 — 5:15 pm.
Program begins promptly at 5:15 pm.
Free and open to all levels from absolute beginner to seasoned practitioners.
Presented by Pamela Wotton.
Affiliated with Center for Spiritual Awareness, Roy Eugene Davis, spiritual director.
Memoir Writing Workshop
Fridays 10:00 am — 11:30 am
May 2 – June 6
Exercises and discussions in the art of the memoir.
Participants will complete workshop with finished essay or potential book chapter.
Week One: Diving in!
Week Two: Choosing a topic
Week Three: Developing character
Week Four: Building Dialogue & Scenes
Week Five: Workshopping your piece
Week Six: Celebrating!
Workshop lead by nonfiction author, Luana Heikes.
Space is limited. Registration for series is requested by April 30th.
Sign up in person at the library or call and we can sign you up!