We will be celebrating Aldo Leopold week with a storywalk at the Erickson Wetlands, cosponsored by the Driftless Area Land Conservancy. The .5 mile trail will be lined with Aldo Leopold quotes.
On March 4th we will have a special event from 5-8 with luminaries, cookies and warm beverages.
We had a great conversation at our first ever “Life in Lafayette” speaker series. Hosted by Central 52, Valerie Atkinson, local midwife shared stories from her work.
Are you so lucky to receive one of these embroidered valentines we made last week at Crafternoon?!
“Life in Lafayette” is a new speaker series sponsored by the Argyle Public Library, highlighting important community members. The series will run on the third Thursday of Feb, March, & April. Another 3-part series is planned for the fall.
The program works to ignite conversations about business owners, farmers, artists, entrepreneurs and thinkers who live and work in Lafayette County. We seek views of community members both who have been in the driftless region for generations and community members who are recent transplants. The discussions will be open-forum and welcome audience dialog.
The first speaker is Valerie Atkinson, Certified Professional Midwife and owner of Faith in Birth Midwifery Services. Atkinson is a life-long has attended 150 births in the last 3 years in the local area. The discussion will take place Thursday Feb. 16th at 7pm at Central 52. 300 E. Milwaukee St. Argyle, WI 53504. Call the library for more information: 543-3193.
Join us as we meet and engage with the people who make this community great.
Montana 1948 is a 1993 novella by Larry Watson. The novella focuses on the life of young Montanan David Hayden, his family and the fictional town of Bentrock, Montana, and focuses on the struggles of a family torn between loyalty and justice. It was awarded the Milkweed National Fiction Prize.