Bolton Bulletin 6-26-10

'Make a Splash' at the Bolton Library

The children's summer reading program, entitled "Make A Splash," begins Wednesday, June 30, at 7 p.m. Tammy Schoder, the Bolton Central preschool teacher, will be running the program and there are many activities planned.

Landscaping with native plants discussed

Gardeners, botanists, landscapers and plant lovers attended the Lake George Association's workshop Saturday which detailed lake-friendly landscaping with native plants.

Held at the LGA offices on Route 9N, the event featured a presentation by Emily DeBolt, LGA director of education. The workshop included details of why native plants attract wildlife and minimize maintenance while enhancing natural beauty and the environment. Attendees brought photos or drawings of area they sought to landscape. The LGA distributed reference materials,and DeBolt offered guidance.

Recreation program features varied activities

The Bolton Recreation Department has a busy schedule lined up for this summer. Check this column in upcoming weeks for details on classes and activities or stop by the town hall to pick up a calendar. Some of the activities include swimming, tennis, baseball camp, dance camp, theater, movies and so much more. There shouldn't be any bored children in Bolton this summer!

Remember Yoga with Darlene, Saturday, June 26 will begin at 7:30 a.m. at Bolton Town Hall instead of 8 a.m.

Motel now connecting with guests via Facebook

Hill View Cottages on Lakeshore Drive in Diamond Point is now linking up with potential guests on Facebook.

Their Facebook page not only details Hill View's many amenities - housekeeping cottages, motel rooms and a lakefront summer house in Hague - but it allows those spending hours on Facebook to easily share this information with others. We hear Hill View innkeepers Marie and George Slywka routinely recommend Bolton Landing eateries and retail establishments as a courtesy to their guests and to the Bolton business community. For details on their affordable family and pet-friendly accomodations, call 407-1118 or visit their Web site at www.hillviewcottages.com or see them on Facebook.

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