Who ever decided that “boo” is what ghosts say? I've watched quite a bit of television lately and I haven’t found one single paranormal investigator record a single “boo” on his or her EMF recorder. Not one. They seem to say lots of other stuff, but not “boo”.
As a cat, I find this interesting on a whole different level. I have known very few cats that say anything close to “meow”! But I digress.
Halloween is upon us and “boo” or not, our Pine River Public Library is hosting Haunted Maze at the Wildwedge Mystery Maze next to AmericInn in Jenkins on October 29th, 30th and 31st, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Hours are 6:30PM to 8:30PM on Friday and Saturday. We’ll have a Special time on Sunday for the wee ones: 4:00 pm to 6:00pm. Then for the older kids: 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Entrance fee is $3.00 for all ages. All proceeds will go toward repaying the cost of the new library roof.
Halloween is not the end of the world, however, and on November 6th at 3:00PM at The Warehouse in Pine River, Kitchigami Regional Libraries and Pine River Public Library welcomes another renowned author through the Minnesota Legacy Authors program. Anton Treuer, on a reprise visit, “…explores the murder of the controversial Ojibwe chief who led his people through the first difficult years of dispossession by white invaders… “Chief Hole in the Day is a local historical figure. Don’t miss this talk. It is part of our local heritage.
Browser, the library cat.
“Meow” to you.
Printed in part in the Pine River Journal 28th October 2010