This seminar is designed to offer organizing strategies to start your downsizing efforts. Establish your project priorities, learn what supplies you might need, and set realistic time constraints. Leave with an action plan.
This class is for people writing nonfiction works such as memoirs, biographies, articles, essays, blogs - anything that is considered nonfiction. Writer and editor Nancy McCallum will offer tips to help you make your work sparkle. She will discuss the importance of developing your writing “voice,” the use of sensory details to make your words come alive and the importance of creating a flow. Bring your work to class, and Nancy will provide feedback and encouragement.
DA Hurd Library Presents: Maine Speaks!
Our beautiful non-releasable owl ambassadors show off their adaptations for night hunting. Learn about the variety of New England species, their habitats, diets, calls, and tips on how to spot them in the wild. Educators will also focus on their importance in balancing prey populations, current challenges, and how tohelp. Using our amazing non-releasable animal ambassadors and interactive displays, the phenomenal adaptations of owls will be explored and discovered. This hour long program will connect the audience with these beautiful ambassadors of their species as wellas provide their natural and personal histories and empower audience members to help to steward the environment that we all share.
Come to this one-night class to meet Kelly Monroe from “In The Magic Travel.” She is a travel agent that specializes in all things Disney! You’ll be given information on resorts, park tickets, theme parks and dining plans. Kelly is an experienced Disney traveler and can provide you the tips and tricks you usually only hear about after your trip! She will help you with everything you need to know so you can plan your memorable Disney adventure!
No charge but registration required.
In 2018, the Salinas Valley produced $4.25 billion worth of agricultural commodities. Nicknamed America’s Salad Bowl, this 90-mile long valley in Monterey County, California produces over 60% of the nation’s lettuce crop. But, in a place that receives an average of 15-inches of rain annually (compared with a national average of 38 inches), water resource management is a real issue. Join hydrologist Amy Woodrow to learn more about the past, present, and future of water use in the Salinas Valley, California.
No charge but must register.