for entry in the Dutchess County Fair!
July 5, 10, 17 & 19 from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Rubik’s cubes will be provided along with family games.
Please join us!
To register call the library 845-868-1341 or e-mail email@example.com
Worried about ticks when you’re walking, hiking and gardening? Want to learn how to avoid getting bit? This presentation will provide education on the ticks in our area including their identification, the diseases they could carry, their habitat, steps you can take to protect your person, pets and property and what to do if you are bitten by a tick.
Please note the focus will be on the pest. It will not be a medical discussion.
Presented by Joyce Tomaselli CCEDC Community Horticulture Resource Educator and Master Gardener volunteer coordinator
Reservations not necessary but appreciated 845-868-1341 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1996 the Duchess of Northumberland was given the task of creating a garden on a derelict piece of the Alnwick Castle grounds, where a garden had been located in the 1700’s. Her vision shocked English horticulturists, but it has become England’s third most visited garden, with grand water features, labyrinth, orchard and, possibly the highlight, the Poison Garden.
Presented by Donna Croshier from Cornell Cooperative Extension