Sunday, March 27, 2011

Sunday evening for Monday



Morning temp & Forecast:

It's twenty degrees and clear at 7:00 a.m.

"Another sunny, breezy, chilly day today. High temperatures climb into the lower 30s. A west wind between 10-20mph will put wind chill values in the teens and 20s for most of the day.

Low pressure to the north and east will toss in some extra clouds tonight along with the chance for flurries.

More sunshine Tuesday with a few lingering snow showers. Unsettled weather returns for the second half of the week with unseasonably cool temperatures."


The sun has been bright, but it's still chilly, the temperature just barely reaching the 32-degree mark on Sunday. At least ice has melted from sidewalks, and now the Olmstead "team" is out, again!

Walkers are taking to the Marshall Trail ...........

.............. and watching for activity at the beaver pond.

Dripsickles, at the Caves.

Running water where it shouldn't be brought the entire DPW and mot of its equipment to the corner of East Bacon Street and Conger Avenue, on Sunday afternoon.


The Observer Dispatch notes the death of Mrs. Nancy M. Frair, 72, of Waterville, formerly of Vernon and Sauquoit, who passed away Thursday, March 24, 2011, at Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare in New Hartford.


Entries sought for 2011 TeensART Exhibit

The Earlville Opera House West Gallery invites youth to enter its seventh annual TeensART Exhibit, which will be on display from April 9 through May 14. Deadline for entry is Saturday, April 2.

The show will feature work from teens from sixth grade through seniors, in a wide range of media.

Invitations have been sent to 47 art teachers – including Brookfield Central School, Mount Markham Central School, Oneida High School, Sherburne-Earlville High School, Sylvan-Verona Beach Central School, and Waterville Middle & High School. School entry guidelines are available upon request.

Home-schooled teens can go online to to get the submission form.
An opening reception will take place from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 9.


FINALLY .........

"Seussical the Musical"


by Jody Hildreth

Here are just a few!

For a couple hundred more, and how to order prints,


As always --- thank you, Jody!


The monthly Taizé Service for March at Grace Church, Waterville will be held on Monday night, March 28 from 7:00 to 7:30 pm. This is the only Taizé Service during Lent, so we hope you will join us - and bring a friend with you.


"Hands on Ancient Art"

A 5 week program will be taught by Connie Bocko.

Ages 6-11
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM


"Quilting Workshop"

If you're a quilter who enjoys some company and has a quilt started, join us for the quilting workshops with Colleen Bogan.
3:30 PM


Knit 2gether

For all the want to be knitters, beginners, advanced or anywhere in between. This is a weekly meeting where you can come relax, chat and knit with fellow knitters.
Please bring your own supplies. Knitting books will be available for you to checkout or just to look through while you're here. This is a drop in program,you do not need to come every week. 7:00 PM

Wednesday "Kids Club"

Drop in every Wednesday for fun, games, crafts, and time with new and old friends. March's lineup includes: Crazy Animal Scraves Dr. Seuss' Birthday
St.Patty's Day Fun

Homemade Camera Obscuras

Gaming Unplugged

See ya at Kids Club!

3:15 PM


"Family Movie Night"

Bring the whole family and even some friends to watch Tangled on the big screen!
Free Movie. Free Popcorn.

6:00 PM



There will be a book signing by local author Bob Elinskas on April 16th from 7:30 am to 9:30 am. at "The Country Peddlar" in Hubbardsville.


Also on April 16th ....... ROTARY CLUB VILLAGE CLEANUP

(Details to follow.)



On Saturday, the price of gas jumped up ..........

............ but on Sunday, it had bounced back down to where it's been for the past two or three weeks.


Yes: I am watching MLB Spring Training, but - so far - I'm not getting very excited about it!

(Click to enlarge Standings.)

THIS is exciting!


Check back tomorrow for some new photographs by Jody Hildreth.

He made a Sunday afternoon trek back to "Blair's Brook" on the side of Tassel Hill, where it is still "Winter," and has just sent me some wonderful new photographs of "Frostbite Falls!"


I think that this is going to be a very slow week, and that may be reflected in the infrequency of blog posts. But let me know if there's something special to post!

Have a great week, every one!

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