The weekend started with a chocolate-peppermint cake that I brought with me to the Glengarry Pioneer Museum's Annual General Meeting and potluck on Friday night.
After the supper, I presented Jim Graham with the Pioneer of the Year award for his volunteer work at the museum.
Saturday was our monthly artist trading card meet and it was a gorgeous day. Warm and sunny. But 19 folks showed up nonetheless. The trade was fast and furious. Some people traded for the first time; others observed and maybe next time will be inclined to make cards and trade.
On Sunday afternoon, Richard and I checked out the refurbished Higginson Tower in Vankleek Hill.
We were on our way to a book launch. Reading from her newly published book Murder on the Hill, Blanche Renard Putzel painted a picture of murder and intrigue in a small town in Eastern Ontario. Hmm...
Sunday evening we headed off to Ottawa to celebrate my Aunt Sylvia's 92nd birthday. Sitting beside her is Aunt Bert, Sylvia's sister-in-law who turned 92 last month. Aren't they both amazing?