Anyone wishing further information is invited to contact Dawn Lamphere at 518-568-7822.
Monday, October 15, 2018
Nifty Needles will convene at Margaret Reaney Memorial Library, St. Johnsville, on Tuesdays beginning October 30. The group, which is open to anyone who enjoys handicrafts, will meet at 10 AM. Thereafter, Nifty Needles will continue to meet weekly through December 18.
Color Me Calm With Conversation, our adult coloring group, is set to resume
Monday, November 5, 6:30 PM at the library.
Why coloring you ask? My reply is, why not? Obviously, none of our work is ever going to find its way to the Louvre; we are, after all, simply staying in the lines.
However, during the hour and a half we are together there are parents who get a tiny break from their children, while others with pressing personal burdens can gather their thoughts and simply breathe, and those who may live alone enjoy the companionship of a group. When you add in the fact that coloring is so darn colorful and can bring lightness and brightness to your life, not to mention it is just plain fun, what is not to like?
At the end of the day, beyond the pencils and pens, markers and crayons what we are creating is community and that, in my opinion, is as priceless as any Monet or Picasso.
Mark your calendars and come join us Monday evenings; November 5 and 19 and December 3 and 17.
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Family Storytime will return to the library for six weeks, November 7-December 12. The program is open to parents or caregivers and pre-school age children. The group will meet Wednesday mornings from 10-1045 AM.
Family Story Time incorporates finger plays, singing, simple crafts, stories and playtime. A spring session will follow the winter holidays. The program is free. Anyone desiring further information is invited to contact Dawn Lamphere at 518-568-7822.
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Cora Lee Palma was the recent guest of honor at Margaret Reaney Memorial Library, St. Johnsville, to launch her book, Web of Italian Intrigue; a Legacy of St. Johnsville Immigrants. The event saw dozens of local residents as well as people from throughout the Capital District. The book is written as an imaginary web, knotting families together wherever possible, sometimes into third and fourth generations.
Palma was joined at the event by her great grand-daughter Shyanne Sobkowich. Web of Italian Intrigue can be found on Amazon.