Powell Library will be gearing up for the 4th Annual Edible Book Contest and Silent Auction by hosting an afternoon of free cake decorating for children of all ages! On Wednesday, April 1st from 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. children will be given a free cake and decorations in order to make their entry for the contest and auction the next day. There are only 30 slots available, so hurry to sign up! Parents are encouraged to purchase their child’s entry the day of the workshop for a $5.00 donation to the Park County Library Foundation. Please thank Blair’s of Powell and Brandi Wright for partnering with us to provide this afternoon of fun!
Archives for March 2015
The Wild Excellence takes its title from a Pablo Neruda poem, “Without doubt, I praise the wild excellence.”
Author Leslie Patten will share her experiences in photographs and stories from The Wild Excellence: Notes from Untamed America on Sunday, March 29 at 1:30 in Grizzly Hall.
Published by Wordsworth in Cody, “Wild Excellence” will be for sale and a book signing will follow the program.
Melissa Hill is an author and also the Assistant Curator, Draper Museum Raptor Experience at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Melissa is bring Kateri, a golden eagle.
“The story is personal, but also generational, with a message about the American wild that begs for a caring ear on the part of city dwellers like us who may never see the grand corridors traveled by bears and wolves, but who will suffer an enormous loss if those environments are diminished or destroyed,” said Susan Pottish from Ashland, Oregon.
The Wild Excellence will be for sale, and a book signing will follow the program. Visit her website, The Human Footprint.
They are both on the World Wide Web and make physical expeditions to the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. Wildlife and landscape photos are interspersed with random artifacts from the great outdoors.