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May 5, 2011

Friends to offer 'Felting with Fiber'

Join the Friends of Huntington Memorial Library on May 16 for a program conducted by Jill Reed on "Felting with Fiber" at 7 p.m.

Reed will talk about the process of wet felting and needle felting with wool roving. She will then show attendees how to do both. Participants will do a small project during the program.

Reed said she enjoys various fiber arts including rug hooking, knitting and felting.

She is self-taught and has shown at local arts events.

Registration is required for this program and there is a materials fee of $5, payable at the time of the workshop.

Spring Reading

Anna Viktorovna lives in Moscow with her young son and father. Her husband, an officer in the Red Army, is on active duty thousands of miles away. She meets Alexey Bulyagkov, a powerful Soviet official, and they become very good friends and eventually lovers. Then, a KGB colonel forces Anna to spy on Alexey or her family will be harmed. "The Russian Affair" by Michael Wallner takes the reader into a world of intrigue, love and espionage during the Cold War.

Gardening, canning and freezing are quickly regaining popularity with many people. "Tart and Sweet" by Kelly Geary and Jessie Knadler contains 101 canning and pickling recipes. Fruits and vegetables feature in these recipes for jams, chutneys, marmalades, syrups, relishes, sauces, and salsas. These are small-batch recipes, perfect for making just a few jars. The book also gives recipes for you to use the goods you've preserved.

Baseball's longest game is featured in "Bottom of the 33rd" by Dan Barry. The game occurred on April 18, 1981, and was played between the Pawtucket Red Sox and the Rochester Red Wings. This eight-hour game is recounted here with all the emotions that accompanied it throughout the evening and into the night. Big name players, players starting their careers, and others who would remain in the minor leagues come alive for the reader.

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