HEY, HAY… OOPS – November 2018

HEY, HAY… OOPS - November 2018

As the busy gardening season winds down, I am feeling almost as tired and faded as my older chickens are looking.

JUST PHYLLISOPHY: SNAKES and FIDDLERS – November 2018

JUST PHYLLISOPHY: SNAKES and FIDDLERS - November 2018

… I was watching “Law and Order” on TV, when, out of the corner of my eye, I saw Lili pouncing and throwing what looked like a 12-inch-long electric wire, A SNAKE!

LIBRARY NOTES – November 2018

LIBRARY NOTES - November 2018

In case you missed Jane Tompkin’s book talk on September 26th, we have a copy of her book Reading Through the Night on hand in our local author bookcase across from the circulation desk.

: ADIRONDACKS / CATSKILLS – November 2018

:  ADIRONDACKS / CATSKILLS - November 2018

“The cams had not been checked for three weeks and displayed many critters including a family of coyotes, a nice 8 point buck not seen before, a medium- sized bear, a bobcat, a raccoon, wild turkeys, a lot of mice and an out-of-its-usual-habitat cottontail rabbit checking out our porch.”

The Way We Were – November 2018

The Way We Were - November 2018

Miss Gertrude Miller and Miss Edith Campbell, who are teaching on Long Island, are home their schools being closed on account of influenza.

APPROVALS ABOUND! – November 2018

John Mollott of the Hasbeens & Willbees former Cantina building on the corner of Main Street and Delaware Avenue asked for a Special Use permit to hold auctions, cultural events and performances in the first and second floors. …The Board granted the permit.