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Ginny Apple expounded on characteristics and habits of the “Fearsome  Foursome” at the Hunt Library Feb. 18. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

The ‘Fearsome Foursome’ explained at Hunt Library

FALLS VILLAGE — As this non-snowy winter (until this week) winds down, the woods might seem bereft of life. Rest assured, said Ginny Apple. If you go for a ramble, there are animals watching you, including the “Fearsome Foursome”: raccoons, skunks, porcupines and possums.

Lev Sadeh drank fresh sap straight out of a maple tree in Falls Village. Tapping trees on warm days with cold nights yield buckets full of slightly sweet water that can be boiled down at a ratio of 40:1 for syrup. Photo by Janna Siller

A plants’ eye view on February’s weather swings

FALLS VILLAGE — On Saturday, Feb. 4, the weather station at Great Mountain Forest recorded a low temperature of -15 degrees Fahrenheit.

Friends and family of the late Edward Tyburski attended the renaming and dedication of HVRHS’s gymnasium on Saturday, Feb. 18. Left to right: Jeffrey Tyburski, Michael Tyburski, Elizabeth Tyburski and Edward Tyburski Jr. Photo by Riley Klein

Remembering Ed Tyburski as Housy athletic director

FALLS VILLAGE — Former Housatonic Valley Regional High School Athletic Director Edward Tyburski passed away peacefully in his Salisbury home on Jan. 21. Following the funeral service at St. Joseph Church in North Canaan on  Saturday, Feb.

Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

The envelope please...

Art lovers came to the artgarage at Housatonic Valley Regional High School Friday, Feb. 17  to see an unusual show of artworks made on donated envelopes and cards. The show raised $1500 for charities that support the Ukraine war relief.


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