Keeseville 11-27-2010

The middle of November has found us with all the trees bare now. It is kind of fun how the surroundings change and take on a much more open look. I really love the shelter that I have in the spring and summer and the sense of isolation it gives me, but it's nice to see that I do have neighbors. It also gives my dog a lot more opportunities to bark as well.

The Keeseville United Methodist Church is going to have a Thanksgiving dinner which is such a wonderful thing to give to those with needs. Any one who can help in anyway please get in touch with the Church at 1699 Front Street or 834-7577. Don't forget they are always looking for gently used items at their Thrift Shop which is open Wednesdays from 9 -4 as well as the first and third Tuesdays from 5 -7 and the Second Saturday of the month from 10 -2.

The Keeseville Free Library has several events lining up which are worth noting. This Friday November 19th the annual display of Christmas tins will start. At this point the library has more than eight hundred tins. On December 3rd will be the annual Children's Christmas Party with a dancing Santa as well as some other surprises in the works. The library also wanted an advanced word out on two wonderful free workshops coming in January. First will be Basic Course on Computers and the second will be on word processing. Again these are free courses and open to the public. Please call the library to reserve a seat for either or both of these classes at the Library on Front Street or by phone at 834-9054. Special thanks yet again to Mary and her wonderful staff for giving our community such a wonder offering of free events for our community.

We are also fast approaching the Church of the Nazarene's first annual Festival of Trees. This should be an incredible event and I will have more information on this in the coming weeks.

Thank you to all who give us so much making our little community such a wonderful one. Enjoy your week.

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