It's the week after Thanksgiving, and a librarian, a teacher, a college student, a quilt shop clerk and others gather for a special winter session of "Quiltsgiving" at quilt camp at Elm Creek Manor. Quiltsgiving, set for the week after Thanksgiving, was created as a time to commence a season of generosity.
As is often the case, I came across this book while looking for something completely different. The jacket is unremarkable. There is nothing about the title that would draw one's attention. But, somehow it drew mine; and here we are.
Join us for a book club discussion of Paula McClain's The Paris Wife, a deeply evocative story of ambition and betrayal.The Paris Wife captures a remarkable period of time and love affair between two unforgettable people: Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley.
Mother Goose made an appearance at Lamond-Riggs Library on May 2 during the ever-popular toddler story time, which takes place every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Rhymes, like music, facilitate the development of a child’s phonological awareness. What better way to start developing reading readiness skills than with Mother Goose nursery rhymes?
Spring is here, and summer is right around the corner. Don't let your garden go untended this year. Try something new! Whether you'd like to plant chrysanthemums or cauliflower, we've got the books that will help keep your greens growing and your flowers blooming. Check out the "How does your garden grow" display at the Lamond-Riggs Branch for tons of materials to suit all of your gardening needs.