Friends and fellow Minnesotans,
What do coffee, cider, baked goods, and Ojibwe stories have in common? Mark an exclamation point on the date 12-11-10 on your calendar and then come to Pine River Public Library for…Coffee, cider, a bake sale and Anne Dunn, Ojibwe Storyteller. Anne is an Anishinabeg grandmother and elder storyteller. She is author of “When Beaver Was Great”, “Grandmother’s Gift”, and “Winter Thunder: Retold Tales”.
Those of you who are Ojibwe will enjoy stories of your culture. Those of us who are not – that would be me – will truly enjoy stories of a culture that was here long before we were.
Don’t miss this opportunity. I know I won’t - mostly because I live at the library, but I wouldn’t miss it anyway. That would be Saturday, Dec. 11th at 1:00pm at Pine River Public Library.
Once again this event is brought to you by Minnesota Library Legacy and Kitchigami Regional Library.
See you soon.
Browser, the library cat
PS. The bake sale proceeds will be used to help finance our new computer. If you would like to donate baked goods for this sale, please bring them to the library Friday December 10th before 3:00.
Printed in the Pine River Journal - 9 December 2010