-Foxglove, watercolor, Alexandria Gilbert
Books and Blooms:
Botanical Watercolors
Alexandria Gilbert
Exhibit extended through June 21, 2018
Ruthless Tide 
Saturday, June 9, 5 o'clock   
Al Roker's new book, Ruthless Tide: The Heroes and Villains of the Johnstown Flood, America's Astonishing Gilded Age Disaster, testifies to the power of the human spirit in times of tragedy and serves as a timely warning about the dangers of greed, inequality, neglected infrastructure, and the ferocious, uncontrollable power of nature.  
Please call 518-392-3005 or email us if you'd like a book held for you.  
Listen to our latest Book Picks on WAMC with Thomas Chulak and Kara Polito on the May 22nd show.
Coming soon:    
Annalee Johnson
New Horizons        
Exhibit: June 28-August 18
This is our second exhibit of artist Annalee Johnson's work. A resident of Newburyport for more than fifty years, Johnson's eyes are attuned to the beauty of sea, salt marsh, and woodlands across the seasons and from those images, she paints what she sees in her head.
                                                                          -New Day, oil on canvas
42nd Annual Chatham Summerfest!
Saturday, July 7, 2018, 10am-4pm 
at 4 O'Clock                                                        
Country Stories: Andrea Fry reading poems from
The Bottle Diggers, with  Fern Sloan and Ted Pugh  
of the Actors' Ensemble 
Please join us for this reading! Free. Refreshments will be served.
"Gardens do not need to be Versailles-sized to be inspiring."*  
Thank goodness!
Whether your garden covers acres of land, or is a plant in a cup on the kitchen windowsill, take a few moments to enjoy this conversation with Bettina Mueller and Jennifer Jewell on a garden podcast series called Cultivating Place.
*from Bettina Mueller's book, A Tea Garden in Tivoli    
See you this summer on Main Street!  
Nicole, Thomas, Wendy, Gloria, Patti & Kara    

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Friday 9:30-7
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