- If you are interested in knowing more about Bovina's Community Hall, built in 1930, look back at my March 19, 2011 blog posting.
- The Bovina Public Library's official history goes back almost 95 years, when it was officially established, but it got its start before that through the Bovina United Presbyterian Church. The first library was in the basement of the church. It later was moved to a building donated by James and Elizabeth Coulter. The library moved to its present location, the Bovina District 4 school house, in 1971. The library will be celebrating its 95th birthday next year, so I'll share more history at that time. The library's website is at http://www.bovinalibrary.org/bovina/index.asp.
- Farming Bovina is sort of the new kid on the block. Just created this year, Farming Bovina was formed to aid local farmers achieve sustainability and economic stability. It is a not-for-profit charitable and educational corporation working for the preservation, protection and stewardship of agricultural and cultural resources in and around the Town of Bovina, New York. Check out their website at http://farmingbovinany.org/.
Friday, December 2, 2011
Farm Feast on December 3
The Friends of the Bovina Public Library are sponsoring a Farm Feast at the Bovina Community Hall, running from five until eight. The food that is being provided is mostly locally grown, including beef, pork, chicken and veggies, mostly through Farming Bovina. Advance tickets are $12 for adults, $6 for children under 12. They will be $15.00 & $7 at the door. Entertainment will begin at 6:30, featuring Hilt & Stella Kelly, Ira & Lori McIntosh. Tickets are still available at the library, Russell's Store and the Bovina Post Office. Call 607-832-4884 for more information.