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Noon Review
"Vegetable Gardening in Containers" and "Plant Swap"
Bill Wyatt
Thursday May 1, 2014 @ 12:00pm - Main Library Program Center

Many of you may know Bill Wyatt from his long stint as the Madison County Extension Agent. He has the knowledge and is coming to share it with us. You will learn something and if you follow through you will have something to show for your attendance on your patio later in the summer.

Cinco De Mayo
In the Park
Saturday May 3, 2014
1:00pm - 4:00pm

Come join us in the Library Park on May 3, 2014 for Food, Fun, and Entertainment. Everyone welcome to come celebrate Cinco De Mayo. There will be Snowcones, Pinatas, Music, Dancing and much more.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Noon Review
Jennifer Pharr Davis
Thursday May 15, 2014
3pm - 5pm - North Branch Book Signing
6:15pm Program and Book Signing - Main Library Program Center

In 2011, Jennifer Pharr Davis became the overall record holder on the Appalachian Trail. By hiking 2,181 miles in 46 days – an average of 47 miles per day – she became the first female to ever set that mark. But this is not a book about records or numbers; this is a book about endurance and faith, and most of all love.
The most amazing part of this story is not found at the finish, but is discovered through the many challenges, lessons and relationships that present themselves along the trail. This is Jennifer’s story, in her own words, about how she started this journey with a love for hiking and more significantly a love for her husband Brew. Together, they were able to overcome rugged mountains and raging rivers, sleet storms and 100 degree heat, shin-splints and illnesses. They made new friends and tested old friendships; they shared together laughter, and tears – a lot of tears. But, through it all, they fell more in love with one another and with the wilderness.