Note Cards, sold in sets of 4 for $10 or 8 for $15, that have been made from the paintings of 4 Hyde Park Village scenes. The paintings are also for sale, $250 each (all but the one of the Second Congregational Church, which has SOLD!) Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Lanpher Memorial Library.
100 years ago, "Aunt Libby" Felcher wrote a weekly column in the News and Citizen called: "Moonlight Rambles". In a book of the same name, each of the 52 articles is transcribed. In each, Aunt Libby takes the reader on a little walk around different neighborhoods in Hyde Park, and talks about who lived there and how things have changed. Some photos and history included. A treasure to be sure. $10 each.
We have copies of Backroads and Bygones, Vol. 2, by Hyde Park's own, Gordie Tallman for $15
Corey Ryder, a local boy with a passion for country music, has a CD, "Forever Rooted", featuring local musicians: Nancy MacDowell, Debbie Yacavone, Jeremy Sicely, Mark Struhsacker and produced by Colin McCaffrey. $10 each.
Images of Hyde Park, by James and Monica Heath are for sale at the Lanpher Memorial Library. Photos from all around Hyde Park, from the Diggins to the North Village! 21.99 each.
Also available are copies of Volumes 1 & 2 of Spunky Lamoille Boys in Blue. The collections of letters written home from the Civil War by Lamoille County soldiers, along with photos, history and more. Compiled and written by Deanna French and Tom Ledoux.