In a rollicking celebration of things that grow, a garden teeming with life produces a variety of edible plants, such as corn that grows up, onions that grow down, and tomato vines that twine all around.
Upon finding a flower pot containing a tiny green shoot, a little girl tries to encourage the plant to grow by feeding it pizza and chocolate chip cookies, but when it still won't grow and bloom, she throws it out the door
Gardening story time with Mrs. Davis on Monday, May 10th.
A new transportation program in Bridgewater, Bridgewater Transit!
Teamed up with Bill’s Taxi/A&A Metro to provide free transportation starting this month May, through December 2021. This convenient, free, & local option for Bridgewater residents is funded through a grant from the Metropolitan Area Planning Committee.
What's Your Good News? Deadline update. Submit your original non-fiction short story related to Bridgewater.
Entries must be 1000 words or less & accompanied by an image.
Submissions via BuzzAround website from May 1-12, 2021. Librarians will judge the stories and award a winner from each community. $100 American Express Cards to the winner in each community; and $100 to the popular vote winner. BuzzAround will be awarding $800 total in prizes. Time to get writing.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by reading a few of the many stories by authors of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage and cultures. Discover beloved classics and contemporary favorites that have shaped the culture and history of America.