INDIAN LAKE WRITERS’ GROUP Monthly Newsletter February, 2014 Donna Bradley LXXXVII
February is the shortest month. This February we had the shortest meeting. A combination of busy people, bad roads, and perhaps Snocade, or maybe even a bit of a cold,(?) kept some of us away but despite it all, five of us showed up. Natalie and Donna shared possible illustrations for our future Chap Book. So we are cooking, if on a slow burner. Let’s promise to heat it up next month. Continue reading
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This 235-mile opportunity to traverse the Adirondacks is being dubbed by former Adirondack Park backcountry ranger Erik Schlimmer the “Trans Adirondack Route”. Learn more about this from Erik himself. He will be at the library for a free program on Wednesday at 7 PM. The program is open to everyone, but the library will be closed on Wednesday night for regular business
The Board of Trustees rescheduled the monthly meeting to Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at 4:30 at the library, as not to interfere with Snocade activities!