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Construction continues on Larchmere, and guess what that means? We’re having a SALE! The construction crews are hard at work, but they make way for both auto and pedestrian traffic, so don’t be afraid to come see us. Before the fancy new concrete, asphalt and brickwork is all finished, we’ve decided to institute a full-store, tiered sale. Here’s how it works:
Yes, cards and tchotchkes are included, and yes, Loganberry Perks points will accumulate. No other discounts will apply.10% off purchases $10---$50
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170B: Family who lives in a tent and moves from place to place
I’m trying to track down a book I remember reading and LOVING as a child back in the 1960s. I was probably 8 or 10 at the time. I don’t recall there being any pictures. It was about a girl and her family who migrated from place to place and lived in a tent. I remember there being detail about how they set up their tent to make it feel like home. The little girl had a shoe box of some sort that all her belongings and treasures were kept in. She may or may not have had a doll, too. I can’t recall the plot. I just recall being fascinated by a little girl living in a tent and having to move everything the family owned from place to place. Any help you can give me would be great!
Folknet Open Mic
Thursday, August 7, 7:00-8:30pm
~ first Thursdays ~
Our acoustic open mic with Folknet is off to a rousing start. Mallory SanMarco is the spirited emcee, and 15 minute slots are available for interested players. It's a good way to hear what's going on in the neighborhood, and to relax a bit with some good tunes. Check out this cool video from our last Folknet Night (thanks, Bob!). It’s free, and all are welcome.
Jean Ann Hudson: Sparrow In The Keep
Monday, August 18, 3-4pm
~ special event ~
Jean Ann Hudson lives on a small ranch in New Mexico and raises cows and chickens. While growing up in various cities and suburbs across the country, including Shaker Heights, Ohio, Jean Ann dreamed of designing her own home, a castle perhaps, and having chickens. While Jean Ann and her husband have built their own castle, a straw bale home, her book is about Sparrow, a girl with knowledge only of the forest and animals who struggle with the decision to stay in the forest where she grew up or leave to start a family in the world of Wilker castle. Sparrow In The Keep is the first book in The Wilker Chronicles Trilogy and Jean Ann Hudson will be here signing copies of her book on Monday, August 18, 2014, at 3pm.
Annie Dillard: Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
Wednesday, August 27, 7pm
~ fourth Wednesdays ~
An exhilarating meditation on nature and its seasons—a personal narrative highlighting one year's exploration on foot in the author's own neighborhood in Tinker Creek, Virginia. In the summer, Dillard stalks muskrats in the creek and contemplates wave mechanics; in the fall she watches a monarch butterfly migration and dreams of Arctic caribou. She tries to con a coot; she collects pond water and examines it under a microscope. She unties a snake skin, witnesses a flood, and plays 'King of the Meadow' with a field of grasshoppers.
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