Monday, May 23, 2016

Bake Sale (and more): Saturday, May 28

The Friends of the Heath Free Public Library

Memorial Day Weekend Bake Sale 

Saturday, May 28, 2016 

10:00 am – Noon 

On the front porch of Sawyer Hall 

If you would like to bake something for the sale please deliver it Saturday morning.

Please come and support your library by treating yourself to some of the best baked goods in town!

If the weather is good, there will also be two or three tables of used books for sale, also to benefit the Friends of the Heath Free Public Library.

Other events in Heath Center on Saturday, May 28 ...

HEATH TOWN-WIDE TAG SALE from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Heath Center. Over 20 individuals will be selling all kinds of items from their spring clean-out, crafts, toys, etc.

HEATH FARMER’s MARKET will be open from 10 a.m. to Noon. Some produce, baguettes, cheese, meats, flowers – available items for sale vary weekly.

DINING WITH HISTORY: "EARLY FAMILIES OF HEATH" presented by the Heath Historical Society, 5pm-7pm, in Heath Community Hall. Come enjoy a potluck supper with friends and family as you hear about Heath families from then and now. Please bring a dish to share. All are invited!! Contact Nancy Thane with question: 337-5580.

… see you in Heath Center this Saturday!

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Thinking About Your Garden?

There are lots of book at the library to help you get started, whether you are planting a vegetable garden or rejuvenating the old flower beds. Come in and have a look on our "green thumbs" shelves.

A few of our new titles:

More garden related resources at the library (catalog results searching by Subject: Gardening.)
The first 4 results in a list of 301 results.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Saturday Movie Matinee at the Heath Senior Center

Heath Senior Center Presents
Movie Time at the Senior Center
Saturday, April 30, 4:00 p.m. 
Public Invited - Free Admission

By Currier & Ives - [1], Public Domain,

The Heath Senior Center kicks off its Movie Matinee series with a sea-faring tale that is based on the true story behind Herman Melville's classic "Moby Dick."* The movie tells the story of the whaling ship Essex that sailed in 1820 from Nantucket to the Pacific ocean, where it was attacked by a sperm whale and sank, followed by the harrowing tale of the survivors. The movie is rated PG-13. It was in theaters in 2015 and the DVD was released for sale in March 2016.

Call Eileen Tougas (337-8558) for more information about the movie or the event, or see the poster at the Senior Center.

* Licensing regulations forbid the disclosure of the movie title, character names, producer, or studio name in any promotion outside of the Senior Center.