Bolton Bulletin 2-5-11

Volunteers sought for Cabin Fever event

Bolton Free Library is still seeking help for its second annual Cabin Fever fundraiser, set for Saturday, Feb. 19.

In its debut year, it attracted a tremendous crowd that was enthusiastic about this social event which dissipated the doldrums of winter. This year, the Cabin Fever Cure-All, which raises money for the Bolton Library, is to be held at the Town Garage in order to accommodate the large crowd that's anticipated. The Cabin Fever Cure-All includes gourmet food donated by local restaurants, live music by Bill Campbell and the Blue Moon band, and a tropical theme which is envisioned to include extensive props and decorations.

Donations and volunteers are still being sought by the event organizers. Folks who would like to volunteer time or ideas, call Megan Baker at 644-2233 or Emma Calautti at: 644-3128.

Sembrich film series to host French film

Come to the Bolton Free Library at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 14 to see the award-winning classic film, "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg." With all its dialogue offered up in song, the musical romance romance features a vibrant, colorful scenic design and a haunting score by Michel Legrand - as well as a charming tale.

Swimming, gym time and field trips offered

The Town of Bolton Recreation Department has scheduled youth swimming and gym time at the Glens Falls YMCA on Sat., Feb. 12. The bus leaves for the YMCA at 12:45 p.m and returns at 4:30 p.m. The session, available to youth in grade 4 and up, begins at 1:15 p.m. and extends until 3:45 p.m. To participate, sign up at the town Recreation Center by Thursday Feb. 10.

Snowshoeing upcoming at Up Yonda farm

Up Yonda Environmental Farm is a great place to try snowshoeing, as an experienced naturalist guiding the wintry hikes will make the experience memorable for all ages.

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