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April 5, 2017
Danbury, Connecticut and the Little House books - RWL in Wm Holtz

Not everyone realizes that the city of Danbury, Connecticut was an important landscape in the making of the pioneer stories, the Little House books. Laura Ingalls Wilder's daughter and collaborator, Rose Wilder Lane, lived in Danbury for three decades. There, she revised the last of the series. Come hear more about Danbury's connection to the pioneer tale. Chris Woodside will speak and share photos and documents at the Danbury Library, 170 Main Street, on Saturday, April 29 at 11 a.m.

Rose moved to a house on King Street in Danbury on April 1, 1938. She lived there for most...

March 22, 2017
Procrastination no more - scaled.DSCF2502

It's the time of year when I give up something, something that's hard to give up. My exercise this year is giving up putting off projects or tasks or dreams. I've got a few days of light work between deadlines, so yesterday I organized a chaotic mound of family photographs and documents. This collection spilled out of a huge drawer in an antique chest. Doing the job, I also pulled out 15 boxes of photographs going back two decades. The boxes are organized by year, but they still are rather helter-skelter.

I cringe, paddling my hands through my life in this way, but the...

Coming on Saturday, March 18

This workshop is for anyone who has ever felt called to write, but didn't know how to get started. Chris  will lead participants through a series of exercises to get in touch with the creative spirit and allow the words to flow. Workshop will include lunch.

Saturday, March 18 from 11 to 3 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, Essex, Connecticut.

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