Bill Robinson has been working with birds of prey and reptiles for decades and knows how to inspire people, young and old, with up-close contact with these animals and by sharing details about their behavior and special talents. This free presentation is made possible by an anonymous grant.
This month we will be discussing 5 frame beekeeping, or beekeeping with nucleus colonies in comparison to the many variations of hive sizes/styles available. We will talk about the possible benefits of encouraging the bees natural tendency to build their hives vertically and cut back on the horizontal space available to them. For more on this topic, come join the discussion!
Go to hvhives.com for more information about this monthly group. Each month they cover a topic related to supporting beekeeping. Beginners and seasoned beekeepers are all very welcome!
PLEASE NOTE LEGO HAS MOVED TO THE 3rd THURSDAY OF THE MONTH.
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Free and open to the public!
Preserving the ancient art of safe home food preservation – a modern passion! Learn to preserve and stock your pantry. Learn the methods this winter and then you can put a little summer in a jar this year!
In this workshop you will learn the methods of pressure canning in order to safely preserve fresh foods. Each participant will come away from the workshop with a bottle of apple chutney. This course is taught by Cornell Cooperative of Ulster County. Janie Greenwald is a Nutrition Educator and Master Food Preserver.
There is a workshop fee of $15 per person (normally $30, the workshop cost is being subsidized by the library).
This workshop is limited to ten participants so please sign up early.
Before the Book Club discusses the book come watch the Frontline video. Open to the public, you do not need to be part of the Book Club to watch the video.
In Being Mortal, bestselling author Atul Gawande tackles the hardest challenge of his profession: how medicine can not only improve life but also the process of its ending.
Medicine has triumphed in modern times, transforming birth, injury, and infectious disease from harrowing to manageable. But in the inevitable condition of aging and death, the goals of medicine seem too frequently to run counter to the interest of the human spirit.
Come for the film, the book discussion, or both!