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Cultural Humility Interactive Workshop

Are you looking to incorporate culturally responsive techniques into your work and personal life? Join us on Wednesday, July 22, from 7-8:30pm, for an interactive online workshop led by Kit Miller of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence. Cultural humility is a discipline of seeking to understand in the spirit of inquiry rather than from a sense of embarrassment or shame.…

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Tech Hour Q & A with Hannah

Drop in during this Zoom Office Hour with Technology Librarian, Hannah Ralston, to ask questions about your tech! You can ask about your settings on new devices, how to use the Overdrive or Libby app, or just general technology related inquiries. Office hour is available on Wednesdays, July 22 from12:30-1:30pm and July 29 from 7-8pm. Please register.

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Libby Q&A: Ebooks and Eaudiobooks at the Library

Are you interested in using Libby, the Overdrive app, to read and listen to books on your personal device? Are you already using Libby but have a specific question about something in the app? Then drop in on July 17 from 11-11:30am to talk to Amy and Jen, two of our Libby-loving librarians. We will do our best to answer…

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Plant-Based Meal Planning

Hungry for satisfying and healthy food? Ali Lawrence, founder and owner of Spirit and Abundance LLC, understands. Ali finds that the hardest part of any new lifestyle, especially plant-based (or vegan), is sticking to it when you get busy. Meal planning is a simple tool that can be shaped to fit you and your family’s needs while sticking to a…

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Thrillers We Love Virtual Book Discussion

Join us for a conversation about books that raise our heartbeats and keep us up reading long into the night frantically untangling the threads of the story to see what happens. Our staff will talk about some of their favorite thrillers and then we'll open up the discussion to hear about yours, too. Sign up to take part…

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Attracting Pollinators to Your Garden

Pollinators play an important role in native ecosystems, home gardens, and global food production. This presentation on Thursday, July 9, will discuss the wide range of pollinators active in our gardens and what gardeners can do to make their yard more attractive to pollinators. The talk, led by Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardner John Nelson, includes discussion of a variety of native…

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Beachy Books We Love to Read Virtual Book Discussion

Join us as we talk about books to read on sunny days and sandy beaches. Will they be light? Yes! Page-turners? Yes! Will there be... romance? Yes, yes, yes! Library staff will share some of their favorite beach reads, and we’ll hear about your favorites, too. Beachy Books We Love meets on Tuesday, June 30, from 7-7:45pm. Read Article

Enjoy e-books and e-audiobooks with OverDrive

Join Technology Librarian, Hannah Ralston on Thursday, June 25, from 2-3:30pm, to learn how to borrow digital materials from the public library. Through the powers of the internet, you can listen to stories on your smartphone, or stay up reading all night on your tablet! All you need is a compatible device, you library card, and an open mind.

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Companion Planting Gardening Presentation

When planting in beds, there are benefits to combining varieties of plants. This approach mimics the way plants grow in the natural world. When certain plants are grown together, they can grow better, yielding more fruit, and even taste better; these are called companion plants. Join us for a presentation led by Cornell Cooperative Extension Agricultural Educator Jarmila Haseler, on…

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