Summer is the perfect time to take a leisurely drive. You can't go wrong when you combine a bright, sunny day with unspoiled scenic vistas. With well over a thousand kilometres of roadways to choose from in Lennox & Addington, there's no shortage of ways to spend a day enjoying the open road.
In this warm weather, you may find yourself longing for the beach, dock or pool. If you are one of those people who considers water to be your second home during the summer months, you may be interested in reading about some characters (both real and fictional) who have felt similarly. The following five books, although very different, all celebrate a love of swimming.
June 27, 2019 – At their Regular meeting held June 26, County Council honoured Stephen Fox who is retiring this week after a career that spanned 30 years as the Director, Financial Services/Treasurer for the County of Lennox and Addington. Past Wardens Bill Lowry and Gord Schermerhorn were in attendance at the meeting.
Kristin Maloney recently enjoyed A Story About Cancer (With A Happy Ending) by India Desjardins, a YA graphic novel that will "both torment and inspire hope among all who read it." The following is Kristin's review:
Kate comes to us from the school library world where she was a leader in coding, robotics and S.T.E.M. programs in the library. She has an educational background in both recreation and library services as well as a passion for technology integration, D.I.Y.-ing, and creating inclusive programs and spaces. Kate is excited to be a part of the Lennox & Addington Community and is looking forward to creating new programs for you.
Believe it or not, we are just about over halfway through 2019. So far it has been a fantastic year for book releases. Though highly-anticipated releases from established authors such as Ann Patchett, Stephen King and Emma Donoghue remain on the horizon, 2019 has already produced enough great books to keep any reader busy for the rest of the year. According to me and my own personal preferences, the following are the five “best” 2019 releases I’ve read…so far.
Let's face it, visiting the L&A Dark Sky Viewing Area is always a fun experience. But you can have an even more enjoyable time if you follow this simple list of hints & tips.
These points are meant for first-timers, or those still relatively new to stargazing. We ask that you keep them top of mind during your visit.
The Allan Macpherson House & Park, standing proudly along the banks of the Napanee River at 180 Elizabeth Street in Napanee, opens for another busy summer season on July 2nd. Built circa 1826, this grand old home is offering a jam packed schedule of events and activities in 2019.
During the off-season, Napanee’s picturesque historical home sits still and calm, holding the memories of the Macpherson family and early Napanee. After months of planning and preparation, we are ready to open its doors to the public again on July 2nd for a fun filled summer. The beautiful garden and parkland is the perfect spot to escape the busyness of life and take a step back in time. The house is open Wednesday afternoons for tours, and special events are offered Tuesdays to Thursdays from 1:00-4:00pm.