Tuesday, November 27, 2007
It’s that time of year again, no matter how hard you try to ignore it. And we haven’t even hit December yet.
The Bakerville Library’s big winter fundraiser is this Friday evening. The fun starts at 7 pm. Bring your mittens and your flashlights to the bonfire, carol sing, and tree lighting across the street from the library, in Neal Yates’s yard. Refreshments will be available.
Also starting at 7, Mrs. Claus will be receiving visitors in the old firehouse next to the library. We’ll have singing and crafts for kids there, also.
The Friends were hard at work again Monday night, setting up the auction. Come in and look around, and start bidding! You can bid any time during library open hours this week. The auction will end on Friday night at 9 pm.
This year’s special raffle prize, donated by the Friends, is a DVD player.
If you haven’t dropped off your auction donation, please do it as soon as possible. (It’s late, but never too late.)
If you’ve never been to the Bakerville Library, this is your chance to hang out in this charming, historic building in a relaxed, fun atmosphere!
Here’s a preview of some of what you’ll find. There are also pictures of the Friends, but they protested.
We learned that this is called a candlescape. Who knew?
Deb Reardon holds a doll called Crystal.
This is a REALLY BIG wreath in real life.
What else? I’ve just heard that a Flea ukulele (made right here in New Hartford) has been dropped off. And would you like to go for a sail on West Hill Lake next summer? Come and bid on that!