I received an exciting email concerning downtown’s Kingsland Square Bistro. The owner Jim Hewitt and Christa Zoeller, the Skinny Baker, have joined forces for the new Kingsland Square Bistro and Bakery. Starting this past Monday, Sept. 9, they will be offering a handful of new menu items, many of them hot foods for the fall and winter. They also have the oven in now so that the Skinny Baker can bake in-house instead of transporting. This means that every morning there will be a scone of the day, along with various other baked goodies. Best of luck on this new, wonderful business venture
This is the big weekend for the Honor Flight starting Friday Sept. 13 when the Honor Flight WW-II Veterans will be the guests of honor at the Battle of Plattsburgh Fireworks ceremony at City Hall Place in Plattsburgh, and the following day at the head of the Battle of Plattsburgh Parade. Saturday Sept. 14, they will fly two charter aircraft to Washington with 32 WW-II veterans from the North Country and 68 passengers in total. Flag Ceremony and Veterans Salute begins at 7:00 a.m. at the Old Base Parade Grounds on U.S. Oval, followed at 8 a.m. by the sendoff ceremony at Plattsburgh International Airport. I wish them a safe flight.
Cub Scout Pack 5 will be holding a recruiting event at Keeseville Elementary School on Monday, Sept. 16, at 6 p.m. Interested families can stop by and learn about all of the benefits of joining Scouting. There will also be information on Scouting available at the upcoming open houses for AuSable Forks Elementary (Sept. 17, 6 p.m.).
Last chance to see the Multimedia art show at the Keeseville Free Library. Thursday, Sept. 12, will be the final day for the showing and sale. My thanks to MaryAnne and staff for running such a great show.
I took my seldom used air conditioner out of the window for the season and now my cat is thrilled to have the whole window for bird watching. Enjoy the change of the seasons everyone.