June 15, 2017
Ron’s painting “Fundy Shore Solitude” is seen on page 11 of the June 15-29 issue of The Grapevine in I KNOW A PLACE.
June 1, 2017
One of our favourite pubs, The Port Pub Bistro, is depicted in Ron’s serene painting, Port Williams, Low Tide. It is seen on page 11 of the June 1-15 issue of The Grapevine in I KNOW A PLACE.
April 22, 2017
To help celebrate AVRL #BookClub150 we visited the beautiful new Berwick and District Library for a special Earth Day reading of FRANKENSTINK! Garbage Gone Bad.
Ron read FRANKENSTINK! …
… and Sandra gave a show & tell about upcycling thrift store cashmere sweaters to make a “Little Stinker” plushie.
We were joined by Andrea Gibson-Garrett from Valley Waste Resource Management who talked about all of the fun crafts that can be made from recyclable materials.
You can make a cool T-Rex skull from a milk jug!
Andrea brought copies of a FRANKENSTINK! drawing for everyone to colour and decorate with “garbage”.
Here are some of the completed creations… the results were FRANKENTASTIC!
Special thanks to Barbara Lipp and Lynn Mullen for hosting our fun visit to the Berwick and District library!
April 4, 2017
We were the special guests on this episode of Annapolis Valley Regional Library Carpool Book Club, kibitzing about books and nonsense!
April 1, 2017
We are honoured to be the April featured storytellers for the Annapolis Valley Regional Library #BookClub150 celebration! Visit this link to learn more and watch a fun Juba This, Juba That Storywalk video:
March 23, 2017
Ron’s tranquil painting The Duck Pond, Scotian Gold Park is seen on page 8 of the March 23-April 6 issue of The Grapevine in I KNOW A PLACE. http://grapevinepublishing.ca/current
March 12, 2017
Ron’s evocative painting Baxter’s Harbour is seen on page 14 of the March 9-23, 2017 issue of The Grapevine in I KNOW A PLACE. http://grapevinepublishing.ca/current
February 26, 2017
Ron’s painting Baxter’s Harbour, acrylic on canvas 24″ x 18″. A memory of our picnic on the Bay of Fundy shore last October.
Sandra gathered sea shells on the shore.
Ron used the colours of the shells in his painting.