John Burroughs quotations sought for contest at Esopus library
WHAT: John Burroughs Quotation Contest
WHEN: Submission deadline is March 2
WHERE: Town of Esopus Library, 128 Canal St., Port Ewen
DETAILS: The John Burroughs Association seeks entries for a quotation contest. To enter, submit a sentence or short passage (with source) from naturalist John Burroughs related to nature. The winning quotation will appear ont he new membership brochure and trail map. The winner will receive a copy of Burroughs’ “Wake Robin.”
EMAIL: Send entries to email@example.com.
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