Salt Houses by Hala Alyan (Houghton Mifflin)
Letters to a Young Farmer – Compiled by Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture; Martha Hodgkins, Editor (Princeton Architectural Press)
Hop Grower’s Handbook – Laura TenEyck and Dietrich Gehring (Chelsea Green Publishing)
Liberating Minds: The Case for College in Prison – Ellen Condliffe Lagemann (New Press)
Red, White and Que – Karen Adler and Judith Fertig (Running Press)
One is Not a Pair – Britta Teckentrup (Big Picture Press)
Grow Your Own for Kids – Chris Collins and Lia Leendertz (Hachette)
Out of the Box – Jemma Westing ( Dorling Kindersley)
Walk in the Forest – Maria Dek (Princeton Architectural Press)
Because of its proximity to the Hudson River, Mohawk River, and Erie Canal, Troy was one of the most prosperous cities in the U.S. during the Industrial Revolution. But when its industry moved west, Troy suffered as its economy faltered and has never completely recovered. “The photographs in the exhibit depict the juxtaposition of past and present, old and new, decay and rebirth in this remarkable historical city,” according to Ms. Anthony.
We invite you to view this visual record of local history and community resilience. Susan Anthony served on the Board of the Columbia County Council on the Arts for nine years.
The Chatham Bookstore hosts a nonfiction book group focusing on current affairs, history and biography. They meet at the store on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 pm and they are open to new members. Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond is the next book, to be read in two parts over the summer.
For more information, contact Karen Kaczmar at 518-755-0392 or email Karen.