Wednesday OCTOBER 23rd 7 p.m.
Putting Your Garden to Bed and Planning for Next Year
Horticulturist Amy Ivy will talk about end of the season tasks for both home vegetable and flower gardens. Cleaning up perennials. planting spring bulbs and garlic, and plans for the next season are some of the topics to be covered. Bring your questions related to flower and vegetable gardening for this discussion oriented program.
!Canceled! Wednesday NOVEMBER 6th--at 6:00 p.m.--special early start --Children Welcomed!
Alvin and Vivian Reiner
Lessons Learned Living Among the Navajo
Alvin and Vivian Reiner lived among the Navajo (Diné) in SE Utah for over a decade as teachers and emergency medical technicians. In addition, Vivian was a Girl Scout leader and Alvin wrote and photographed for several publications. They will present cultural information and display items acquired during their stay. The presentation ties in with the fourth through sixth grade level social studies curriculum, but of course is of interest to older students and adults as well.
Wednesday NOVEMBER 20th 7 p.m.
Diane W. Fish
Keeping It Wild: Challenges of Success in the Adirondack Park
Deputy Director of the Adirondack Council Diane Fish will present an Adirondack Park 101 with a special emphasis on how the Adirondack Park is responding to its increasing popularity.
Wednesday DECEMBER 4th 7 p.m.
Jim Kinley and Mary Bell
The Ups and Downs: Machu Picchu to the Galapagos--Wow!
Seasoned travellers and Willsboro residents, Jim and Mary will share slides and stories from their trip to Peru and the Galapagos Islands.