Don’t forget about the Halloween Carnival next Monday evening from 5 until 6:30 p.m. at the Community Building.
- There will be costume and pumpkin contests. Pumpkins may be carved and/or decorated in any way. Originality counts! Please do not cover up the number that has been written on the bottom of the pumpkin, and do not write your name anywhere on it. You may use a pumpkin you have at home for the contest rather than the one that went home today, but please see what number was on the bottom of the original pumpkin, and write that in magic marker on the bottom of the new one. Many thanks to John & Shaunna Graham and Kathy & Larry Davidson for donating the pumpkins for the contest.
- Kids can begin trick-or-treating right at the carnival. Community members are encouraged to bring their treats and hand them out there! Doug and Jocelyn Plass will also be organizing group trick-or-treating after the carnival.
- There will be games for the kids to enjoy as well as the fire department’s spook alley across the street from the Community Building. (lots of fun for kids of all ages!)
Parents will also be providing a chili & soup dinner. Please bring a pot of chili or soup or a salad or cornbread. We will all share and then no one has to make dinner that night! Please do not bring a dessert. Parents planning the carnival felt the kids would have plenty of sugar while trick-or-treating and wanted them to have a nutritious dinner first
Friday, October 21 and 28, 2011, Saturday, October 22, 2011, BackCountry Bistro
Don’t forget Locals Month at the BackCountry Bistro – order one entree and get the second entree of equal or lesser value at half off. Hours are 6:00pm to 9:00pm, Friday and Saturday, Reservations preferred. (208) 774-7000.
Monday, October 24, 2011, 5:30pm Dinner, 6:00pm Bowls & Books
The Stanley Community Library was one of 16 libraries around the state chosen by the Idaho Commission for Libraries to participate in their book discussion program, Let’s Talk About It. Books and discussion leaders are provided by ICFL, while local volunteers coordinate dinner. Copies of Desert Solitaire, by Edward Abbey, are available at the library to check out now for this October 24th discussion.
Thursday, October 27, 2011, 7:00pm, Community Meeting
The Stanley Community Library Board of Trustees and Library Director, Jane Sommerville, are pleased to have this opportunity to share the reasons for the Board’s decision to choose the Jack and Ruth Niece property for the library’s new home, give preliminary plan details, and collect feedback and help. In addition, the new Niece property owners will discuss possible opportunities on the balance of the property grounds. Come share in the excitement of this solution for a permanent library building. The Community Meeting will be held at the Community Building on Highway 21, Stanley.
ID 75, between The South Ketchum City Limits and ID 21.
Slush. Light snow.
OCTOBER 8 – REDFISH LAKE LODGE CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011, 3:00 – 5:00PM, PRIVATE LANDOWNERS PANEL
Have you ever wondered how to make your fences wildlife friendly? How about how to encourage birds of prey on your property? Or what to plant to prevent erosion? Here’s your chance to get your questions answered. Bring your questions and join the panel of experts from Fish and Game, Conservation Seeding and Restoration, and the Forest Service for a discussion on private land stewardship. This panel is hosted by The Sawtooth Society.
ID 21, between King Road and Garden Valley Road.
Icy patches. Snow on roadway. Light snow.