Scoville Memorial Library
38 Main St.
Salisbury, Conn.
United States
The Amazing World of Local Wild Mushrooms with David Paton

The Amazing World of Local Wild Mushrooms with David Paton

On Saturday, April 20, 4 to 5:30 p.m., join Lakeville resident and legendary forager David Paton for a talk on the amazing world of wild fungi, featuring a wide variety of mushrooms that reside locally, including species that are beautiful, edible, medicinal, and even deadly. Learn why the “foolproof five” edible fungi are far from foolproof. Registration is required. Please visit www.scovillelibrary.org.

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Letters to the Editor - 5-30-24

‘Planning’ by Committee

Several weeks ago, a Planning and Zoning Commission member raised the concept of paving the Rail Trail for vehicular use from Library Street to Salmon Kill Road. That idea is not part of any conceptual plan developed by the Pope Land Design Committee (PLDC), nor was it suggested in the Collier’s study. I have been asked quite pointedly why I failed to immediately reprimand that member for his suggestion.

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Turning Back the Pages

100 years ago – May 1924

LIME ROCK – Mr. and Mrs. Lyon entertained relatives from Bridgeport Sunday.

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Dolores Marie Leffingwell

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