Friday, June 21, 2013

If Only CATS could Talk

If this Film comes to a town near you, you should go see it!
Starring Myself of course! And Frankie M....
Paws up!  I don't have thumbs.....

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Author Visit and Movie Screening all in one week!

Hello, friends and neighbors.

Browser here to tell you about another reason why we are lucky to live in beautiful Minnesota. Minnesota Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment is bringing us another free Legacy Program.

This one is from children’s author, Patrick Mader. He will be at the Pine River Public Library June 18th at 2PM. Mr. Mader writes from his experiences growing up on a dairy farm. Since our hometown is a rural one, this will be fun for all of us living here.


I will be hosting the screening of “If Only CATS Could Talk”.  

Don’t miss this! This is stranger-than-fiction true story about two all American cats (one of them is yours truly) and the humans in their lives.

Danish film maker Signe Veje came to Pine River during Summerfest of 2012 to film me and my town. This documentary tells my story as well as the story of Frankie, my pen pal, in California. Ms. Veje has been entering this movie into Film Festivals around the world.

Who knew I would be a star? Well, actually, I did. The showing will be held at The Warehouse Saturday, June 22nd at 3PM. Only one day showing, so please come see me on the big screen!

Admission will be a donation for the Pine River Food Shelf or for Paws and Claws Animal Shelter. Tickets are available at our library or at the door. 

 Hope Muriel lets me go as well. I don’t want to miss this!


Until later, I remain

Browser, the library cat

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Summer reading program under way

“All righty then” Says Jim Carey in his classic movie, “Pet Detective”. We do have spring. We do have grass, and leaves on the trees, and flowers.
And what, may I ask, comes after spring? Why summer, of course.
And what does summer bring? The summer reading program!
Sign up began the week of June 3rd.  Don’t miss out. This is fun stuff full of all sorts of special events and prizes and gatherings. I know. I’ve been there before.
“Dig into Reading” is for 5 to 12 year olds and begins June 10 and continues through August 3rd.
But wait! There’s more!
The teen program, “Beneath the Surface” begins at the same time. Among the events is children’s author, Patrick Mader. The DNR will bring Smokey the Bear. We will be having Monkey Mind Pirates Yoga Party.

Told you! Fun stuff! Want to know more? Call the Pine River Public Library, my home, at 218-587-4639.
Speaking of spring and summer, your important equipment has been sitting idle all winter. Maybe it isn’t working quite right or at all. What to do? What to do? Oh! Go to and check the small engine repair reference center.

There is all sorts of important information on lawn mowers, atv’s, farm tractors, boats, tillers, and other stuff you have in your garage or storage shed. Fix that stuff! Yard work is more fun when your equipment works properly.

Not into yard work? What about that boat motor? Fishing is fun, but if you get stranded out on the lake that isn’t so fun. (Actually, I don’t do a lot of fishing, but I do enjoy fish.)


Browser, the library cat