Today was Tuesday Market so, of course, we had to go to market and also shop in several different stores for all food we need. By the time we were done, it was lunch time. We were thinking of going on a hike after lunch, but the weather wasn't too good - quite rainy for so early in the day. So instead we drove over to Mi Jardin, Su Jardin, which is a private garden that is open to the public for free. You can go in and wander around, enjoying the flowers, waterworks, and birds. Apparently it was created by a man who loved gardens and just wanted to share it with everyone. A great idea!
The entrance has a lovely waterfall and koi pond, with a nice bridge to cross it.
Then we drove over to the library where the Jazz Festival activities were starting. There was a new Art and Music exhibit opening and the International School presented students performing numbers from Grease. While we were waiting for the music to start we had hot chocolate from the library cafe. Imagine a library which allows food and drink! It was delicious and only $1.00!
The students did a good job of their performance, with a wide range of ages - the drummer was only 8 and was very good.
We went upstairs to see the art exhibit after the performance. Some very interesting art and a chat with some neighbours we have met here. Time to go home and have supper.