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Page 4 The Ogden Valley news Volume XIV Issue XIII April 1, 2007 It’s a Pajama Party! Grab your favorite blanket, a cushy pillow, put on a pair of your most comfortable pajamas, and join us for a party—a pajama party! The Ogden Valley Branch Library will celebrate National Library Week with a Pajama Party on April 17 at 7:00 p.m. Patrons are invited to find a comfortable spot in the library and snuggle up for a night of great family fun. The pajama party will begin with enter- taining bedtime stories, and continue with fun crafts and silly activities the whole family can enjoy. Delicious bedtime snacks will also be served. So come on over to the Ogden Valley Branch Library for an evening full of good books, tasty treats, and lots of great com- April 19: pany. For more information about this FREE May 17: event, please contact Sarah at 745-2220. Easter Memorial Balloon Release As a special feature of Easter weekend, the Myers Mortuaries and Myers Evergreen Memorial Park will hold their Easter Memorial Balloon Release on Saturday, April 7 at 3:00 p.m. on the mall in Evergreen Memorial Park, 100 Monroe Blvd. in Ogden. Those wishing to attend the Easter Memorial Balloon Release are requested to be at the Memorial Park mall prior to 2:30 p.m. to decorate their balloon. Felt tipped pens will be available to write the message on the balloons or prepared messages may be written to be inserted in the balloons prior to their being filled for release. A helium tank is available to fill the balloons. The Readin’ in Eden in 2007 July: No meeting/summer break Readin’ in Eden is off and running with another year ahead of great books to explore together in the company of friends and neighbors. Following is the reading schedule through September. June 21: “Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China,” by Jung Chang “Train to Potevka,” by Mike Ramsdell “Thinking in Pictures and Other Reports From My Life With Autism,” by Temple Grandin balloons are available without cost to those wishing to attend and are biodegradable. Bret Hines, Chairman of the Easter Tribute has indicated, “Easter is a cherished holiday in our lives. It is one of the most important days in Christianity. It is our hope that we can help make this holiday a little more meaningful by remembering our loved ones who have died. The Spring is definitely in release of individual balloons signifies the the air and color blooms spirits of those who have gone before us throughout the valley landrising heavenward.” scape. This blossoming The Easter Memorial Balloon Release is the focus of a new art is open to the public. We will release our exhibit that will begin April balloons rain or shine. There is no charge 6 at the Wolf Creek Gallery to attend or to decorate the balloons. Space, 3900 N. Wolf Creek Drive. There will be an artist reception to kick off the exhibit Friday, April 6 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Wolf Creek Resort Clubhouse in Eden. Light refreshments will be served. through Saturdays. The galleries are closed Sundays, Mondays, and holidays. Both shows run from through April 14. For more on the gallery, see their web page. The gallery is looking for both photographers from the area as well as national and international shows. Please see details for submission at <www.gallery240.com> This is an inclusive community reading group. Monthly discussions begin at 7:00 p.m. For information on where meetings will be held, please call Darla at 745-4740, Martha at 745-3688, or Shanna at 745-2688. “Spring Blossoms” Arrive in Ogden Valley—Artist reception and art exhibit held atArtist Wolf Creek Reception will feature a blossoming New Photo Gallery Displays Art Depicting Huntsville Monastery A new photo gallery called Gallery240 located at 240 S. and 200 E. in Salt Lake City, Utah is doing a dual show of both monks and baseball. The photographer isAnselmo Montavani, a native of Panama. The show is called “Monastery Moments: Seeing through the Inner Eye. Photographer Montavani lived the simple humble life of prayer and work with the monks just like fellow monks have done for over 900 years. This show will be in the upstairs gallery. The feature show will be on the main gallery floor. It is a new, never before seen, show. The gallery has produced glicees from professional and amateur photographer’s negatives of shots of the greats like Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb during the period of 1900 to 1940. See both shows at the gallery during the normal hours of operation from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Tuesdays “The Journeyer,” by Gary Jennings September 20: “Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace . . . One School At A Time,” by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin. Now available in paperback. August 16: For more on the monks at the Abbey, visit <www.holytrinityabbey.org> For more on the motherhouse the monks came from in Kentucky, also home Enter Blue, Enhanced Photography by to the famous monk Thomas Merton, visit Anna Tine. <www.monks.org> Wilkerson Fine Art & Consulting For more on the famous Cistercian invites you to take time to experience and monk St Bernard of Knights Templar embrace the season’s gifts of rebirth and fame, visit: renewal. “Spring Blossoms” First Friday http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernard_of_Clairvaux or http://www.ordotempli.org/patron_saint_ of_our_Priory.htm of unique florals and landscapes that capture the true essence of spring. View the exhibit “Spring Blossoms” and immerse yourself in the floral compositions and colorful visions we yearn for year ‘round! The exhibit will run through May 31, 2007. The public is invited to stop by and view the compilation of mediums and artwork. All items are for sale, and interested parties should contact Kris Wilkerson at (801) 745-9557, or via email at email@example.com if interested. For more information about this exhibit or other services offered by Wilkerson Fine Art & Consulting, contact Kris Wilkerson at 801 745-9557 or <firstname.lastname@example.org> Community Art Center All those interested in coming together and sharing ideas with the goal in mind of formulating a community arts center should contact Kris Wilkerson @ < kris@wilkersonfineart. com > Interested parties should email contact information including name, phone, address, and how they might be able to lend a hand or add creative ideas. Remember, live a rich, well-considered life . . . .