Thrills, chills and fun are on tap for the annual Hauntings of Historic Harriman.
This year’s event, beginning at 7 p.m. Oct. 7-8, offers a historically accurate, spirit-filled adventure through the streets of Harriman.
The area is home to beautiful Victorian homes and buildings built more than a century ago. Given the long history of the area, it should come as no surprise that ghosts and spirits are known all too well to the people living there.
Babahatchie Community Band concerts are a part of Americana in Harriman.
This is especially true of the next concert at 3 p.m. Sept. 25 at Harriman Riverfront Park. Admission is free.
“This concert is mostly music by American composers with one exception,” said Babahatchie band member Alison Westrich. “‘Amparito Roca’ was composed by Jamie Texidor, a Spanish composer from the early 1900s. He wrote this and named it after a student of his.”
By Ellen Probert Williamson
Salt is the only rock we eat. It has seasoned our foods for thousands of years and been used in many other ways. It is mentioned in many places in the Bible, and is, as it has always been, a necessary part of our lives.
Salt has many powers. The interplay of salt and water is essential to life itself, and a proper salt balance is vital to our well being.