Shelby, a Library Page at the Napanee Branch, recently enjoyed The Life We Bury by Allen Eskins. Here is her review:
Gather your friends and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Allan Macpherson House & Park in Napanee on Wednesday, August 8th at 7pm. Renowned Toronto based-theatre company Driftwood Theatre will be performing one of Shakespeare’s most enduring comedies, renamed Rosalynde (or, As You Like It) outdoors under the tent.
Although our area definitely needs some rain, we're asking for your positive thoughts to keep the clouds away on a few nights this August. The Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area is hosting a number of free events that will appeal to novice stargazers, astrophotography enthusiasts, and meteor watchers.
Situated amid the scenic rural landscapes of South Eastern Ontario - and virtually smack dab in the middle between Toronto and Montreal, Lennox & Addington County is a rapidly emerging travel destination with plenty to offer. It's home to a plethora of activities, features and fun travel ideas for the savvy staycationer to discover.
I've been geocaching for over nine years now, and I have travelled throughout North America seeking those little containers hidden in some truly awesome spots.
I found my first ever geocache right here in Napanee on January 12, 2009. It was called “Paper House” and it was located at N 44° 15.577 W076° 58.257, or for you non-geocachers, near Walmart. Being new to Napanee and not knowing much of the area, I thought it would be a good idea to use geocaching as a way to tour my new home town, and that is just what I did.
Looking for something interesting to do this summer? Depressed at the prospect of not being able to go on a far-flung vacation? Well, you should note that there are a surprising number of world-class attractions right here in your backyard. Here are five destinations in Lennox & Addington that should be on your radar…and the books that would be perfect to take with you on each adventure!
Dark Sky Viewing Area
When I’m out and about, people so often say to me, “I just don’t have the time to read.” My feeling is that regardless of your family commitments, employment and packed social calendar, if you love books, you will find the time. Here is how to make it happen:
A character-driven reader is someone who reads in order to get into the head of an interesting character. This is different from those who read for setting, storyline or prose. A book with character as its biggest appeal is a book in which readers feel so connected with the characters that when the book is over, they feel they lost someone dear to them. However, there is more than one type of character-driven reader and there is more than one type of character-driven book.
Erin recently enjoyed In Conclusion, Don't Worry About It, a quick read with a positive message. Here is her review: