Judy Petrosillo

Libraries are gold mines for the curious.   Those who visit the public library are able to find out how something works or why an event occurred.

According to U.S. Representative Doc Hastings, the spirit of Memorial Day has not changed.

Be cool at the Berne Public Library.  Despite the refreshing breezes in the Hilltowns, indoor temperatures can be quite warm during the summer months.

Playing dress-up with their mother’s hats and shoes is a lot of fun for children. At this young age, there is little understanding of all that is involved in being a good mother.

As part of National Park Week, national parks will have free admission on April 19 and 20.  Consider traveling to Hyde Park and touring the homes of Franklin D.

Ann Landers said, “It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings.”   This week is National Library Week and

Before a dollar bill will tear, it can be folded back and forth about 4,000 times. That’s because it is made of fabric instead of paper.

There are oodles of books, puzzles, movies on DVD and VHS, music CDs, and cassettes, and audio-books sitting on tables and shelves at the Hilltown Senior Center, 1360 Helderberg Trail, Berne.

Springtime inspires people to clean out their homes with zeal. A good guideline is to only keep things that are useful or bring you joy.

As the hours of daylight lengthen, thoughts turn to spring.


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