Tuesdays at 10:30 AM
Starts Tuesday, April 20th
Gazebo outside the Library
Miss Susan will read from the gazebo outside the library, and families will be spaced out a minimum of 6 feet apart, indicated by a hula hoop on the grass. Please bring a chair or picnic blanket to sit on for your comfort.
***To keep everyone safe, we ask both adults and children to respect social distancing guidelines.*** Masks are recommended. Registration is not required for this program.
Wednesday, April 14th & 21st
Online via Zoom
Join the Ashokan Center for live lessons in environmental science for ages 8-12, from home!
April 14th – Maple Sugaring – Register here
What makes the sugar maple tree so special? Did Indigenous people eat pancakes? Learn the history of maple sugaring in NY State from pre-Colonial era to today’s modern methods, explore the fascinating science of sap & syrup, and examine potential climate change effects on the horizon.
Meeting link information will be sent by Monday, April 12th.
April 21st – Climate Science, Part 1 – Register here
What are the scientific indicators of Earth’s changing climate over time and how are young people and adults studying its causes and effects? Learn and investigate with biologist Hailey Luedtke and discover what you can do to make a positive difference.
Meeting link information will be sent by Monday, April 19th.
Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
Starts April 21st
Behind ball field next to Library
Join Mia Tomic for yoga in the park! Please bring a yoga mat, towel and water. Social distancing & mask are required. Masks will not be worn during class. All levels welcome.
*Registration is limited and required for every session. Please email Mia at firstname.lastname@example.org to register or sign up in a previous class.
Thursday, April 22nd at 11:00 AM
Celebrate Earth Day 2021 with us! Learn how you can build a “bee-friendly” environment that supports pollinators and beneficial insects who visit your garden. Join a Master Gardener volunteer from Cornell Cooperative Extension to learn about bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, and how to design your gardens to give them food and shelter. This program emphasizes native plant species that expand your ability to meet the most diverse pollinator needs. Register online or call the library at 845-266-5530.
For a full list of all Dutchess County Library Earth Day events, please visit: http://ow.ly/e2zL50E6qDc