It must be spring. It rained all night, sometimes hard, sometimes just a
drizzle. Soon the snow may be gone. Then I can plant my seedlings. I have snow peas ready to go and no place to plant them. There are snow banks and mud holes and mud puddles. I am looking for a clear spot that is ready for planting. I know that the spot where my carrots were wintering over was destroyed by over active snow plowers, but I am looking for a spot that is not under water and ready for my peas.
April is National Poetry Month. Mountain Poets will meet twice this month. Once on April 14 at Fare Share Commons 4-6 p.m and then our Annual Too Cold for the Porch Event which this year will be on April 25th at the Norway Library. It will be a tribute to member Ben Hull who passed away New Year’s Eve.
Thursday, April 11, ACOA will meet, hopefully at Waterford Library. I am unsure about being able to get up the stairs, but…. In any case, for more information about where the group will meet please call 739-9115.
Thurs April 11 from 4:30-6 p.m. WMSA will hold an event Good Mind Good Mood. Panelists will include Ellen Crocker, Lynn Arizzi, Janet Willie, and Cathi DiCocoa. FMI please call Rosabelle Tiftt at 824-2053.
Fri. April 12 5:30-7 p.m. “Let the Dough Fly” the Kick-Off Dinner for the Norway Arts Festival at the Unitarian Church 479 Main Street Norway. Tickets are $10 for adults. children under 10 and with an adult are free. Tickets are available at Books and Things,
Sat. April 13 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Waterford Indoor Yard Sale, Plummer Hill ,next to the church. Many new items.
That will be all for this week. Have a great week and stay dry.