By: Susan Holmer
Summer 1967, hippie hill, George Harrison, the Haight, flower power, love beads, it’s all 50 years ago this summer. The library
will be marking the Summer of Love with a family festival
Saturday July 22 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.. Remember the old folk songs in a singalong with Mary Lee Sunseri and watch the antics of Puff the Magic Dragon as presented by the Puppet Company.
While they last there will be flower power headbands, Day-Glo stamps, face painters, giant bubbles, love beads and wild balloon twisting. There will even be a special area for those 4 and under to get creative.
Bring your own picnic or visit Big Ed’s Buzzard Barbecue
food truck or SJ Scoops ice creams
. Be there or be square!