Everything you need to know about haybale gardening.
June 9th, 2018 – 3 pm to 5 pm Bring a chair or blanket and snacks – All are Welcome On June 9th at 3 pm the first ever Andes Town Social will be hosted in the gardens beside the Andes Presbyterian Church. Everyone in the area is welcome to attend and participate in this
Lots about coyotes and breaking news about a strutting Tom turkey and what he was observed doing!
Pam is particularly pleased with the two Libraries Rock! youth program grants from the O’Connor Foundation which will help the library to put on many music programs and workshops.
The recent wedding of Harry and Meghan reminded Judy of a ghuzal she had written about the English royals, featuring the Queen
Thanks are extended to all who have helped, with special gratitude to the Andes Presbyterian Church whose kitchen they use.
“Time like a river flows one way
And with it we ride…”
Be sure to read the story of the disappearance of little Madeline Owens.
Spring in the cit y is earlier, but Michael revels in Andes Spring when it unfolds in all its glory.
Mel discusses perennials for the woodland by color, and then gets into “some unabashed foliage and texture.”
All about the graduating class.
A very interesting article by Mel regarding all types of ferns.
Diane learns all about little baby chicks, by trial and error.
The Class of 2018 toured the Bahamas, and the Travel Club treveled to Huston to help with recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
Jack’s sightings of the various critters in our area.
Summer is around the corner – come to the Library for exciting happenings.
“Roger that” – the first words spoken by Michael Connelly’s new detective heroine, Renee Ballard, tell you what you can expect: a woman of few words, one of the boys, ………………………
Celebrating Dick Liddle’s 8th Birthday
Quite a fuss about oleomargarine; a severe thunderstorm; how to control cabbage worm, and much more.
The Andes Planning Board approved the new Agricultural Incubator at the Andel Inn. The Andel Inn will be purchased by the Delaware County Industrial Development Agency which proposes to install an agricultural incubator run by the Chamber of Commerce Develoopment Foundation.
By Robert L. Chakar, Jr., Ed.D., Superintendent Our Drama Club presented “Legally Blonde” on March 9th, 10th, & 11th. Our students and staff did a wonderful job with the presentation. I would like to thank Elaine Peck, Kellie Daino, Lisa Valkavich and Sharon Tucker for their hard work and long hours to make this production
On the weekend of March 9-11th, the ACS Drama Club entertained the community with a musical comedy, Legally Blonde, adapted from the movie of the same name.
Goings on at the Library: Free eyewear adjustment/repair clinic, seed swap, writers in the mountains.
Hanya Yanagihara’s novel A Little Life (2015) is a masterwork in the realist tradition of American writing, showing what can still be done that is new and inspiring more than a century after Mark Twain, Edith Wharton, and Henry James. ……………………………………
Jack diverges from his regular column and talks about surfing back in January 1964, but then returns to his Field Notes Column to highlight the signs of Spring.
Mel talks about a woodland garden and how to achieve it.
Icicles in April.
D. K. George, food administrator for the town of Andes, hands us the following:
Meatless days are suspended for 30 days from March 30. Wheatless days must be strictly enforced—no one in this town is exempt from buying substitutes for whole wheat flour. —– And other news