That group includes Golden Oldies, or seniors, as they are sometimes called. Greyhound breeders discard them when they are done racing and raising offspring, and are no longer economically viable. Many of these gals have raced 50 — races and whelped and raised 50 — plus puppies.
Since , at our Greyhound Gatherings — Kanab we have always honored them with gifts and extra attention. Looking for Love will take you to pictures and text about just a few of these incredible, loving hounds. Every adoption group can get Golden Oldies for placement. Ask yours! We have many information booklets to help you, help your hounds. These gals have seen it all, so they will move into your house easily and quickly. Finding a soft place to call theirs, they will watch your every move, and learn their new life.
Some might feel loving older hounds brings too much heartache, as they leave us sooner than later. I say that love for a day, a week, a year, is worth any pain. And Love is All You Need. When they are well loved, their coats are so shiny and sleek, you can see yourself in the reflection.
When you are home, and they look straight at you and into your soul, you know you are loved. Shyness usually appears because of the genetic predisposition of sire and dam. Then the environment kicks in. If shy dogs are not handled a lot, and properly, during their formative years, then shy traits just get exacerbated. Your patience and persistence will pay off ten-fold in a dog who worships the ground you walk on. Who could ask for more? During the years I did front-line greyhound rescue, I asked for boys. Or the sneakiness.
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A fun-filled, interactive afternoon featuring authors, games, and prizes for the area's 50 plus citizens. Individuals and groups welcome. All are invited to view the delicious, creative, bookish foods that have been entered in the Retrospect Best of the Fest "Books 2 Eat" Contest. Judges are local chefs and library staff. Winners will be announced at Noon. Contest rules and pre-registration info at www.
- The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa in Modern Times;
- Cat rescue mandurah.
If you think rare books have to be old volumes from centuries ago - think again. Modern first editions can also be very valuable. Find out if you have a hidden old or new treasure! Murphy will construct a mystery based on suggestions from the audience: location, nature of the crime, sleuth, victim, clues, suspects, red herrings, obstacles, and resolution. While results are usually quite funny, they also answer the question that readers most often ask authors: Where do you get your ideas? Daryl's written work was originally created for his own two children as bedtime stories.
His popular CDs Dreaming and Fairytales will be featured in his program. His work can be found on the covers of music CDs, clothing lines, and sports memorabilia. His work is about communication and transition with the goal to bring people together. The Art Workshop is free and open to everyone. The concept of his books is to help young readers learn about, not only the U.
- Proclaiming Pentecost: 100 Sermon Outlines on the Power of the Holy Spirit.
- Solihull's Daybreaks Kennels - Perry Barr Retired Greyhound Trust.
- Get e-book Shy Greyhounds Steal your Heart (Greyhound Booklets Book 3).
- Sacred philosophy of the seasons; illustrating the perfections of God in the phenomena of the year (1847).
Accompanied by his little red "Philly Phiat", Luigi shares his story of immigrating to America. Write your own and see it hung on display Exhibitors : A. Algonquin Round Table Mysteries - J. Bonnie Booker - Facepainter — Irvin Ave. Kelly, Ed. Eddy, Jr. The Festival Gallery presents the works of published illustrators and book artists.
The Gallery will be open Fridays and Saturdays from pm to pm through October 2. Sponsored by Collingswood Friends of the Library. Registration begins at am.
Medals will be awarded to male and female winners in 13 age-group categories, and trophies to the overall winners. Register at the library or online at www. A special showing of the film version of Maurice Sendak's classic children's story. Rated PG, recommended for children 8 and up.
Free tickets available at the library. Wednesday, September Guest speakers include Nancy K. They will construct a mystery based on suggestions from the audience: location, nature of the crime, sleuth, victim, clues, suspects, red herrings, obstacles, and resolution. While the results are usually quite funny, they also answer a question that readers most often ask authors: Where do you get your ideas?
Children of all ages and levels of ability can take part by creating characters and making up their own lines. Let's Go! That's Bad! Lewis, I Love My Hair!
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Essentials.
- Between a Heart and a Rock Place: A Memoir;
- The Lovers Journal.
Fran will perform at the Holy Trinity plaza at 1pm on Saturday, October 2. Also, he will present a free concert at Holy Trinity at 7pm a free will offering will be taken. There will be a meditational Evensong and reception beginning at pm on Friday, October 1. Finnegan, M. Proceeds go toward a new teen area in the Library. Medals will be awarded to male and female winners in 13 age - group categories, and trophies to the overall winners. T-shirts, giveaways, refreshments. Register at the Library or online at CollingswoodLib.
This special literary afternoon for the area's 50 plus citizens includes a presentation by Robin Hathaway, an award-winning mystery writer who published her first book after her sixtieth birthday. Allen Hauss, author of South Jersey Movie Houses , gives a historical tour of some of the great movie theaters in southern NJ, ranging from the lavish 2, seat Stanley in Camden to the seat Little in Haddonfield.
Participants will also learn what's new for seniors at the Library and how seniors can "go green. This workshop for comic fans aged , led by noted comic book artist Bob McLeod, is an opportunity to learn to draw a superhero character step-by-step. He recently created a new children's alphabet book, SuperHero ABC that features all original superheroes, teaching the alphabet with silly humor. Free, pre-registration required.
Register at the Library or call Bonaddio, Stick It! Burro , Used Books — Ethel J. Come to the Collingswood Public Library to talk with its director, Brett Bonfield, about the kind of library you want for our town. Things are changing at the Library: be a part of that change. As an added bonus, Brett will share two secrets to living a happier life: how to get in better shape, and how to never be bored again! Refreshments will be served. In addition, Sister Marianne Hieb will discuss journaling, and poet Betty Warner will talk about the poetry we grew up with.
This fun filled session will include literary games, laughs, and prizes, plus free books. Free, but reservations suggested: or timothyfrances comcast. Saturday, October 4, am - Noon, Collingswood Library Join writer and zinester Katie Haegele for a workshop on how to make your own handmade publication otherwise known as a zine.
We will talk about the history of zines and look at examples of different kinds, from black-and-white photocopied manifestos to letterpress-printed, handbound mini-books. Participants will each contribute a page to a group zine that will be made in the workshop. All will receive a copy to take home. Materials will be provided. For tweens, teens, and adults. At Noon Bob will do a presentation on the benefits of pedal power to both our physical health and to the environment. Saturday, October 4, pm, Collingswood Library Leslie Connor, book discussion for middle school students by the author of Waiting for Normal.
Book clubs can be a place for learning, growth, inspiration, reflection, and friendship as well as a vehicle for social expression. They can flourish for over fifteen years, or membership can slowly dwindle. McGovern, Sr. Ramondetta, M. Isaacs- Myths, Legends, History and Me Sandy Asher, Too Many Frogs! Wednesday, October 3, am-closing, The Pop Shop.