It’s a puzzle how I can find hours of entertainment sitting at a table looking over a thousand little pieces of cardboard filled with colors and shapes all to discover how the fit together. Word and logic puzzles are fun but it doesn’t take long for me to give up and look for a cheat… Read more »
Get ready, here comes April! View or print a copy of the April 2017 NEWSNOTES.
It’s time to plan for March. View or print a copy of the March 2017 NEWSNOTES.
How many different fast changing formats you can find when you’re downsizing at home? Plenty, at least at my home. How about yours? I hate deciding what to do about media when the next great thing comes out when I still have plenty of the old. The result of my wishy-washy ways when it… Read more »
What’s happening in February? View or print a copy of the February 2017 NEWSNOTES.
It’s that time of year when “The Best of…” lists appear. Some lists are wonderful and breathtaking like the Best Photos of 2016 from National Geographic. Other lists, not so worthwhile… “16 Worst Predictions of 2016” (Spoiler, they are political predictions.) So I took it upon myself to try to find what the “Best Reads… Read more »
See what’s happening at the library. View or print a copy of the January 2017 NEWSNOTES.
It was hands on for everyone at the library’s decorating demonstration program December 12th. Jessica Denardo showed us how to use a bag and tips to pipe creamy frosting onto cupcakes and then turned us loose to try. Luckily our errors were as tasty as our successes. A few of them might have… Read more »
When was the last time you sat down with a group of people, face to face, and just conversed? Sure, there are Twitter Tweets, Facebook Posts, Snap Chat Snaps, Tumbler Topics and Instagram Images along with text language that confounds everyone who grew up reading real words completely spelled out. But with all these methods… Read more »
See what’s happening at the library. View or print a copy of the December 2016 NEWSNOTES.