Maple Syrup from Greenfield makes a nice gift when you are visiting family or friends out of state this summer as well as giving a little local gift to those out of town family or friends visiting you this summer.
Maple syrup isn't just for pancakes and french toast. There are many wonderful recipes that use maple syrup from salad dressings, to chicken, to salmon, to country style ribs.. the Greenfield Library has several Maple Syrup cookbooks which have many wonderful recipes.
The Greenfield Conservation Commission is hosting a
Weed Watcher Identification Training on
Sunday, July 27, 2014 at 2pm at
Greenfield’s Stephenson Memorial Library, Wensberg Room (downstairs back entrance).
Otter Lake in Greenfield has an established infestation of variable Milfoil, an invasive aquatic plant, and all lakes in town are at risk from this serious threat. This is your chance to learn how to protect our lakes from this invasive species. A state biologist will teach participants how to identify key aquatic invasive species, and how to help monitor local waterbodies for early detection. We encourage everyone to bring plants from your own lake that you would like identified and learn how to be weed watcher.
Have you lost kitty? A cute, little grey tabby cat was seen up in a tree at the top of Gould Hill. If it might be yours, or if you would like to adopt it, please contact Lydia Kennedy at LydiaKennedy@hotmail.com
This afternoon, the Monadnock Players Piano Trio presented a wonderful concert to a full house of enthusiastic concert-goers . Congratulations and thanks to Janet and Paul Renaud for bringing Monadnock Music to Greenfield.