Mid-Week Updates are Back!!

Trying something out here—a new game called “Name that Zoom!” Here’s a close-up of an image from one of the sites on the Trails of History. If you know what it is, leave a comment (click on the number next to “Comment” above and follow the instructions). I’ll include the answer in Friday’s post. I’m sure you’ll all be sleepless until then.

Name That Zoom!

While I have you here, I’ll just remind you that Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum’s Herb and Garden Faire is this Friday and Saturday—not to be missed if you like plants, garden stuff in general, or food. I went last year for the first time and am going back again for more herbs from the Heirloom Seed Program.

Bushy Run's annual Spring Nature Walk is Saturday. Sunday is Mother’s Day (but you knew that)—Moms get in free at Ephrata Cloister; Graeme Park has breakfast planned (reservations required); and there’s a fundraising walk at the Pennsylvania Military Museum for a local organization that helps single mothers.

Herb and Garden Faire, 2010

The Bureau for Historic Preservation has planned a series of meetings around the state to get input on the Statewide Historic Preservation Plan. There’s a meeting this afternoon in Titusville, as part of the Northwest Commission Connect to Communities Conference, and tomorrow afternoon in Moon Township (outside Pittsburgh). For details on these and other dates, go here.

The Pennsylvania State Archives open house that was postponed and then cancelled due to serious water problems in Harrisburg a couple of weeks ago has been rescheduled for Monday, May 23, 10 am to 3 pm.


irishshammrocks said...

I am fairly certain that is a photograph on display at the AHM in Scranton! :)

Amy Killpatrick Fox said...

Good eye! You're more alert on the way to work than I usually am.

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