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Our neighbors are celebrating with special menus – at the feeders, and on Niles Pond.
Designing a home is always a challenge. And when you’re doing it on TV there are some extra pressures on top of the million little details. It makes the challenge all the more exciting. While a lot of the process is similar to designing for regular clients, there is one huge difference. The homeowner isn’t involved in most of the decisions.
Photo byJared Kuzia
When Jonathan Knight and Kristina Crestin came to us with the opportunity to work on an HGTV kitchen, we were thrilled. It’s been a really exciting opportunity. Kristina and Jon had such a great vision and the way they brought these homes to life was really unique and special to the homeowners. As professionals, this is what we do, and there is no better feeling than when a design comes together. Being able to create a home for someone that brightens their life is an…
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The Signature Sandwich begins with our special recipe Crunchy Chicken, and the rest is up to you!
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Kids play sports thanks to generous folks stepping up.
This wonderful dad and soccer coach has three more practices still to go this Saturday Easter weekend.
Thank you coach Jason Rutkauskas, Kyle, Jim, and all the rest!
I never noticed this “Ye Olde Towne Landing” signage at the Frenchmen’s Pier parking area. We stop by there regularly and yet I still find something new. It’s so pretty there anyhow and a great bird watching spot.
Join the Sawyer Free Library in celebrating National Poetry Month for explore the Life, Natural World & Poetry of Mary Oliver, presented by Andrea Brandeis on Thursday, April 8 from 7 – 8:30pm.
Mary Oliver was one of America’s most treasured poets, whose honors include the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Her poetry explores the interconnectedness of spirituality and the natural world. This virtual program is intended for anyone– from beginner explorers of poetry to experts. This program will be held via Zoom.
Register here for the event. The Zoom link will be sent out 15 minutes before the presentation begins. If you register after that, there may be a small delay.
For more information on all the the programs being offered at the Library, visit sawyerfreelibrary.org