I have been loving this great weather lately. So sorry to hear that the recent rains are still causing problems with mudslides for some residents. I really appreciate the lovely flowers in all the flower boxes on Main Street.

Saw a great turnout at the Pig and Swig. Thanks to the Elks for putting on such a wonderful event. Also I was able to check out the library sale and managed to increase my need for another bookcase in my library. And to keep myself honest with all the readers, yes I finished my yard completely before I started reading any of the books.

The Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) have been restoring and renovating their home at 1745 Main St. and are planning an open house on Tuesday, June 28 from 4 to 6 p.m. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend to see this wonderful historic building as well as learn about the Heritage and what it does as well as see the ongoing exhibit "Places of the Spirit." This exhibit is the work of four photographers showcasing many of the region's most beautiful churches. The exhibit consists of more than 25 large scale prints with captions. Special thank you to the Heritage's Executive Director Steven Engelhart for this information. There will be some food and refreshments as well. You can find the building directly across from TD Bank.

By the time you read this, the library sale should be winding down so now is the chance for some real bargain buys such as a dollar a bag. Next up the library will be preparing for the summer reading program. The State theme this year is "One World, Many Stories." I'm sure Mary Anne and staff will have a lot of great events tied in with this, offering our kids some wonderful opportunities for some reading fun this summer. Next week I will try to have a schedule of events for the program.

As I said with the nice weather I have been wandering around a lot lately, and I greatly appreciate all the time people have taken to making the yards beautiful as well as all the people who stop me and wish me well and checking with me about the progress on my own yard! I really do love my community. There is a lot to enjoy here. Stay safe and well, everyone.

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