LIBRARY NOTES – July 2019

LIBRARY NOTES - July 2019

Our youth programs will begin Wednesday, July 10th and continue through the beginning of August.  This year, one group, ages 4-14, will attend from 11:15 to 12:15.

GARDEN THERAPY: THE TEACHING GARDEN THAT JUST KEEPS TEACHING-July 2019

GARDEN THERAPY: THE TEACHING GARDEN THAT JUST KEEPS TEACHING-July 2019

Therefore, Mother Nature, the consummate teacher, brings me back to basic concepts that keep me relatively sane, and make it possible for me to enjoy my life as a landscape designer and passionate gardener.

BOOK REVIEW: The Overstory, by Richard Powers – July 2019

BOOK REVIEW: The Overstory, by Richard Powers - July 2019

The writing in this book is urgent, and exquisite. It grips you by the collar and takes you on a thrilling ride offering a new vision of the miraculous world of which we’re a part.

OUR HILL IS ALIVE WITH THE SOUND OF MUSIC-July 2019

Until then, the dominant chicken of the literal “pecking order” will try to take on the role of rooster, in this case even attempting to crow as well as chasing the younger ones away from the other chickens and from the feed.  

THE WAY WE WERE-July 2019

THE WAY WE WERE-July 2019

Tuesday evening 85 boys arrived at the Gerry Camp in southern Bovina.

ART EXHIBITS AT THE HUNTING TAVERN MUSUEM-July 2019

ART EXHIBITS AT THE HUNTING TAVERN MUSUEM-July 2019

July will feature “Andes Interiors”—a photo exhibit of inside views of Andes buildings of yesteryear.