NORTHERN NATURALS and GARDENS with GRETCHEN GREGORY
SATURDAY, JULY 15, 2017, 1PM.
How many times have you thought about sitting down and relaxing with a cup of tea and wondered what would make this drink
a little more enjoyable or different?
Gretchen Gregory will be discussing the use of herbs and wildflowers for a tea which is both tasty and healthy. She will also discuss the many ways and uses for herb and wildflowers in your daily life. She will be speaking at the Black River Academy Museum on 14 High Street in Ludlow on Saturday, July 15 at 1pm. Gretchen will be serving herbal and wildflower teas. There will be small desserts to accompany the tea. For those of you that like to garden or have thought about starting one, an herb garden will also be on display. Join us for an informative talk and relaxing beverage.
It was a wonderful time, here are a few pictures from the day!
PHOTO SHARING ACTIVITY June 22nd
By Joan M. Willett
Do you know the location of this building? Do you remember when you were younger seeing this structure on the way to school or while running errands?
If you do, we would like you to join us on Thursday, June 22nd at the Black River Academy Museum on 16 High Street in Ludlow to share your answer with us.
We are having a gathering of people who like to share photos, information, and memories about Ludlow’s history. Whether you have photos or questions about an unlabeled picture, come in and see if you can get answers to your questions. You know that photo in the family album that no one labeled, maybe you will meet someone who knows what it is or where it is located. How about the boxes of photos you found when you were cleaning out your folk’s home? Were these pictures taken in front of your family home or business? Is it still standing or has it been renovated or updated to a newer facility?
We are also interested in compiling information about the buildings along Main Street, Andover Road, and Depot Street from the l930’s and ‘40’s. If you have recollections about any structures at these locations, we would appreciate hearing from you. The museum is planning to develop a replica of this area in the future and would welcome any input you can give us. Thank you in advance for helping us out on this project.
So, open those scrapbooks and look through those boxes of photos and drop in anytime between 4-8pm. Light refreshments will be served at 6pm. We look forward to seeing you on June 22.