2022 Reading Season Events


April 2022

Thursday, April 14, 2022 — 12:00 pm
Brown Bag Lunch: 45 Years of Preserving Saratoga Springs

Related to natural preservation, but right in our hometown of Saratoga Springs! The Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation has been dedicated to preserving and enhancing the unique architectural, cultural, and landscaped heritage of this lovely city since 1977! Join us to learn all about its legacy thus far, after its 45th year!

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Monday, April 18, 2022 — 1:00 pm
Trees and Their Bark

Do you have an insatiably curious youth that always is asking questions and learning about the world around them? Related to our Saratoga READS! selection, bring your inquisitive youngster along so they can learn about different species of trees simply by looking at the bark!

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Monday, April 18, 2022 — 5:00 pm
Make-It-Monday! Mason Jar Terrariums

One way to bring the wonders of nature closer to your civilized microcosm is to enjoy indoor houseplants, or homemade decorative scenes or crafts created with natural objects. Join librarian Kate as she imbues her knowledge to you on the art of creating a Mason Jar Terrarium.

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Thursday, April 21, 2022 — 12:00 pm
Fashionably Sustainable & Ethical

Blending the idea of sustaining our beautiful forests and nature around us, join library Caitlin Sheldon through a journey of thinking more critically about the clothing and garments we wear, and normally don’t give a second thought about their overall affect on natural resources.

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Thursday, April 21, 2022 — 7:00 pm
FrogWatch

Find that glint of wonder and spark of imagination as the Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park Environmental Educator walks through different frog songs, chips, and noises to help audibly detect our outdoor forestry friends!

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Friday, April 22, 2022 — 8:30 am
Photographing the Trees of Congress Park

Congress Park is home to a visually diverse collection of tree species. Join nature photographer and meditation teacher, Susan Meyer, for a nature photography walk through Congress Park focused on trees. This is not a tree identification walk; it is an invitation to become fascinated and connected, visually, artistically and emotionally, with the trees throughout the park and to photograph them in a variety of ways.

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