I couldn't stay until the end because children's librarian Ian and I were heading up to the town forest for storytime. Pam, a Friend and fellow retired librarian, helped, too, although her granddaughter didn't join us as we had hoped. Just back from a couple of weeks vacation in Scotland, Ian piped us up to the story area in the forest, nicely marked out by Al, disc golfer extraordinaire, and his pug, Angie. He wanted to make sure no one threw any stray discs our way.
Ian had taken some storytelling classes while on vacation and shared one about "Witch Wash-a-Dish" with the group. It was a good one because the kids could get involved, naming potential suitors for the picky princess and serving as various trees. He lead a fingerplay and then read a story about fairy houses before the grand finale - building fairy houses in the forest. On an earlier walk I had spotted a fairy house from last year, a little worse for the wear, but still available for occupancy. There were 18 kids and parents there, and a good time was had by all.
After a light dinner (considering the luncheon was pot luck and delicious), Paul and I went to the Opera House for a Hank Williams tribute. We spotted his sister and her husband up in the balcony. The musicians, especially the pedal steel/lead guitarist, were very good. It was a fun day!