Welcome to the Snow Town Library, Pete. Are you referring to the Snow People? The Snow People first arrived in Snow Town back in the winter of 1712. They visit every 100 years. As for Joseph Campbell, I am certain he would be very interested in Snow Town and the legend of the Snow People. Please, stop by the library the next time you're in town.
Peter said:April 29, 2012 2:31 pm PST
I want to know more about the snowmen. Is there a book for them? What would Joseph Campbell say?
Ruthie Randolph said:January 14, 2012 11:23 am PST
For heaven's sake, Peg! I had not heard about your unfortunate slip. What on earth were you doing out on the ice? You need to be careful out there. I will do my best to get a copy of "Spring Bear" over to you. Due to its popularity, it might be a few days before Molly or I can deliver it. Stay warm!
Peg Harmon said:January 14, 2012 9:23 am PST
Ruthie, I slipped on the ice and sprained my knee...so now i'm stuck inside! Do you have any more copies of the "Spring Bear" by Betsy Connor Bowen? If so, would you mind dropping it off to me? Thanks
Zobot said:January 12, 2012 6:36 pm PST
Wow, I can't believe I forgot this existed! Yay for the Library!
Ruthie Randolph said:January 11, 2012 6:26 am PST
I would like to welcome the new Snow Town Citizens and Friends to the Snow Town Library! Karen and Patrick, you must email me directly to join our Virtual Book Club. Ruthie@snowtownlibrary.org. Lina and Pat, on behalf of the Snow Town Library staff, I welcome you! Jim, Lady of the Lake is not available to check out. You may stop by the library and enjoy it while sitting in our reading room.
Lina said:January 9, 2012 1:23 pm PST
I love books, libraries and snow, this must be the best place ever!
Patrick M. said:January 7, 2012 6:16 am PST
I can't wait to see the many worlds between the pages. I'd like to join the virtual book club, please.
Karen Proctor said:January 7, 2012 5:56 am PST
I heard something about a virtual book club? Where do I sign up for it?
Jim said:January 6, 2012 3:40 pm PST
Do you have a copy of Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott? I like your library.