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FIELD NOTES: A WILDLIFER’S DELIGHT – July 2018

FIELD NOTES:  A WILDLIFER’S DELIGHT - July 2018

Follow Jack’s wonderful birding observations on the evening of May 3rd.

BOOK REVIEW: Love and Ruin by Paula McLain — July 2018

BOOK REVIEW: Love and Ruin by Paula McLain  — July 2018

This book brings alive (as does Jane’s review) not only the complexity of Martha Gellhorn’s relationship with Hemingway, but the incredible life and career she lived on her own.

LIBRARY NOTES – July 2018

LIBRARY NOTES - July 2018

An ice cream social with participatory performance for kids, a garden tour, and a whole roster of summer workshops for kids are scheduled for this summer.

GARDEN THERAPY: Big Picture versus Detail – Macro meets Micro – July 2018

GARDEN THERAPY: Big Picture versus Detail - Macro meets Micro - July 2018

Mel starts his garden designs with big picture elements like mass plantings, shrubs and paths. Check out the before and after photos.

ANOTHER TIDBIT OBSERVATION FROM MY MOUNTAINSIDE – July 2018

By Michael Suchorsky Most upsetting. Tree Swallows return in fewer numbers every year. I have set up 16 birdhouses on flanges attached to steel poles with rodent guards—to stop shrews, chipmunks, red squirrels, weasels, fishers and raccoons from having fledglings, or eggs, for lunch. Most successful. But today a bear laid waste to one of…

SOME MINOR HIGHLIGHTS OF JUNE 12TH TOWN BOARD MEETING – July 2018

SOME MINOR HIGHLIGHTS OF JUNE 12TH TOWN BOARD MEETING - July 2018

Lots of discussion on Beech Hill pipe replacement and photos of deck replacement on High Street bridge.