Check out the Park of the Week, according to Discover Lewis County Facebook (link here).
Yesterday’s soaring temps and gorgeous wispy clouds induced a childish yearning - I admit it - to lie under the ancient black cherry tree and dwarf yellow plum and slip into a meditative state, listening to the bird calls, the buzzing bees, one old cat meowing, the bees, eagle cries, the bees, the bees...the bees! Opening my eyes revealed swarming multitudes in the plum tree, so I casually picked up my beach towel and little pillow and sauntered back to the carport, contemplated a tailgate nap, then watched the swarm reappear just across the garden...then read this bit from Toledo School District’s Facebook page (link here).
As Pat Caldwell commented in yesterday’s column: Toledo Community Library received a $650 grant from Humanities Washington to cover speaker fees. This will help us present The Reptile Man in July, Sandy Crowell and A Land Called Lewis in Sept and Soup Night in Nov. Dates and times will be posted.
Harriet says: The next book for the June 30th discussion at 1:30 at the Toledo Library will be Empty Mansions: the Mysterious Life of Huguette Clark and the Spending of a Great American Fortune by Bill Dedman. Timberland has 12 copies and this is also available as a download in digital format (TRL link here). For more information call Harriet Whisler at (360)864-2484.
Toledo Community Library is on Facebook here.
Brooke says: We are having our last garden science days (at Toledo Elementary School) on Thursday and Friday. It should be pretty cool…(District Facebook link here)
This year’s School Garden Initiative Director can measure results in the pictures throughout the year, courtesy of Master Gardener Bob Taylor and other volunteers, donated materials and hours, and of course great agri-kids.
Common Ground has agreed to help coordinate summertime weeding and watering on a schedule, working with the Toledo School District to devise viable water access for the expanding garden area.
Thursday Gallery 505 Opening Night presents The Hard Stuff -
Ceramics, Glass & Metal. These opening night fetes have generated a local following, often with home-grown music, Santa Lucia coffee and Toledo’s Bateaux Cellars offerings. Runs June 2 - 25. Website link here, Facebook here.
Reminder: Community Clean Up Day Saturday, June 4. Gather at the City Boat Launch 9 a.m. and bring a rake, shovel, broom, weed eater, etc. for cleaning up the Park.
From Toledo First Baptist Church:
We have several opportunities this summer for children in our community.
June 20-24 Vacation Bible School
Time: 9:15 am-12:30
For children 4 years old through 6th grade; Youth; and Adults
This year’s theme, Submerged, will help us to see what’s underneath as we explore the depths of the ocean through Bible study, missions, crafts, music, recreation, and snacks.
July 5-8 High Power Soccer Camp
For children 5 years old through 6th grade
Come develop your soccer skills whether a beginner or intermediate.
July 18-22 Kid’s Camp
For children who have completed 1st through 6th grade
Cost: $170.00 (Register early to reserve your spot)
Located on beautiful Clear Lake up in the Cascade Mountain.
Scholarships are available upon request.
Register online for any or all of these events at our website: toledofirstbaptist.com. Or contact our office at (360)864-2550.
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