Altamont Library Notes for Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Summer does not hold back; summer is not shy. Summer shouts, billows, and bellows. There is so much to do! So much fun to embrace and enjoy. Here are a few quick samples of what’s coming up at the Altamont Free Library in the next few weeks. And keep an eye out for future Enterprise Library Notes. A single issue can’t hold them all.
The Summer Concert Series is made possible with support from the village of Altamont, the Arts Council of the Capital Region, and Mio Vino. The schedule includes:
— July 1: Thirteen Feet of Bluegrass;
— July 8: Sensemaya;
— July 15: Running the River;
— July 22: David Warner and Kevin Begazo;
— July 29: Rusticator; and
— August 5: Swing Shift.
Watch live matches on our 70-inch screen. Drop in, watch, and snack.
— Ghana vs. United States on Monday, June16, at 2:30 p.m.; and
— Ecuador vs. France on Wednesday, June 25, at 3:30 p.m.
Steel drum potluck
We’re meeting Jimmy Buffet for this month’s feast. Join us at the library for a Jamaican potluck. It’ll be good, Mon! The potluck is on Monday, June 30, at 6 p.m.
What says Altamont, summer, feasting, fun, library, friends all together, all ready to burst with pleasure and goodness better than chicken barbecue. This year’s event is down for Friday, June 20, at the village park from 5 to 7 p.m.
Advance sales at the library for $9. Will rise to $10 on June 20. All dinners include a half chicken cooked with the library’s secret sauce, baked potato, roll, coleslaw, drink, and brownie. Veggie option available for pre-order. Eat in the park with music from Traditional Strings, or take your dinner home.
Do a good deed, get a great deal, meet all your friends, eat a lip-smackin’ meal.