LIBRARY NOTES — April 2018

Pam

Goings on at the Library: Free eyewear adjustment/repair clinic, seed swap, writers in the mountains.

BOOK REVIEW: A Little Life by Hanya Yanigihara — April 2018

BOOK REVIEW: A Little Life by Hanya Yanigihara  — April 2018

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. ……………………………………

FIELD NOTES: SPRING’S A-COMIN’— April 2018

FIELD NOTES:  SPRING’S A-COMIN’— April 2018

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.

GARDEN THERAPY: Shady Characters – Trees & Shrubs— April 2018

GARDEN THERAPY:  Shady Characters - Trees & Shrubs— April 2018

Mel talks about a woodland garden and how to achieve it.

NATURE’S ARTWORK – April 2018

NATURE’S ARTWORK - April 2018

Icicles in April.

The Way We Were – April 2018

The Way We Were - April 2018

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