Tuesday, October 13, 2020

A morning to look forward to...


 If you're ready to get out in this beautiful weather and enjoy a bit of history (like I am) - this is for you!

Sidney Young will be interviewing Mary Walker Clark at 11am, Saturday October 17th, at Holy Cross courtyard in Paris (courtyard bordering the beautiful Bywaters Park.) I'm excited to get my hands on this book, and listen to the author's insights. And, it's all outdoors!
Here's a review taken from the Mary's web page marywalkerclark.com
“This fascinating World War II story of Clark’s father’s adventures seemingly touches on every continent while centered on his perilous flights from India across the Himalayas to resupply the Chinese, a perilous route known as “The Hump”. It’s part mystery thriller, part history class, part travelogue, and 100% page burning awesomeness.”
Jeffrey Lehmann
Host & Producer of the multi Emmy awarded “Weekend Explorer” travel series on PBS and broadcasters worldwide.

Thursday, July 16, 2020

RSVP for your book sculpture packet!


Online book sculpture class for teens and adults! Thursday, July 23 at 2pm and Friday, July 24 at 11AM. This is a very simple craft that looks impressive. We can use Facebook rooms or, if you prefer, I can do a live video and you may ask questions as we go along. If you're interested, send us a message.
For this craft, you will need a very sharp pencil (a mechanical pencil is best), a good ruler, a discarded (but good shape) hard cover book and the pattern. A folding bone would be helpful, but it is optional. I will have books, patterns and mechanical pencils ready to pick up, at the library. RSVP by Tuesday, so I know how many packets to make up!