The public libraries in Payson, Pine and Tonto Basin are getting ready for their summer reading programs. The Tonto Basin Public Library just has parents come in and register their children for the program and then has a party with awards for those who have participated after a few weeks. Stop by the library or call (928) 479-2355 for more details.
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Just came from a great restaurant where I had lunch with a great dear friend. So as the waitress placed the overflowing yummy ingredients of my cobb salad in front of me, then placed the aroma-rich cranberry chicken salad of my friend, we prayed and settled into a much-needed time of visiting, laughing and catching up on many things we have neglected. We so enjoyed our time together!
Preserve your favorite fruits to enjoy year-round
There’s nothing quite like the taste of fresh berries and crisp, juicy apples. And when those mouthwatering flavors get paired with just the right spices in some delicious dessert favorites, it’s even better. You can enjoy fresh fruit flavors any time when you preserve your favorite fruits. With the perfect blend of all-natural spices from Mrs. Wages mixes (available at Walmart, according to the brand’s Web site, and online at mrswages.com) or a similar product, you can cook, then freeze or can your favorite fruits and they’ll be ready for baking any time you’re ready — it’s like having a dessert in a jar.
The recent Sunflower Fire is in an area with a rich mining history, some of which probably burned during the course of the fire. Let’s take a look back. The mines in the Sunflower area are probably best known for their production of mercury. But there were other minerals mined, as this clip from the July 26, 1908 Bisbee Daily Review shows.
A very interesting automobile trip from Payson would be driving to Albuquerque and Santa Fe, N.M. and on to Durango, Colo. You’ll see beautiful scenery as well as partake in some fun, especially in Durango. Get on I-40 heading east and first go to Albuquerque. This is a good day’s drive and there are many places to bed down for the night.
Cooler climes are calling in the Rim Country this weekend. Head up to Pine for the 16th Annual Strawberry Patchers Quilt Show and the 22nd Annual Strawberry Festival. Both events will be at the Pine Community Center, which is in the center of Pine, to the west side of Highway 87. The quilt show kicks things off, taking place in the cultural hall of the community center and opening at 9 a.m., Friday, June 8 and continuing until 5 p.m.; it will be open again from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, June 9 and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, June 10.
Get a glimpse of some of the best gardens in the Rim Country and learn some of the secrets of top gardeners at the annual Rim Area Gardeners Mogollon Garden Tour. The event is from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 16.