Lunch N Learn April 2023

Lunch N Learn continues this April!

Join us on Wednesday, April 12 for Composting 101 with Adam Michaelides and other master composters from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County to learn how you can not only create a better garden, but a better world ! Get the best tips from these local experts and check out these publications from CCETC

On Wednesday, April 26, Derrick Pratt, Executive Director of the Erie Canal Museum will presents the trials and tales of the Erie Canal, one of  greatest ventures in New York State’s history. Built between 1817 and 1825, the original Erie Canal was the longest artificial waterway and the greatest public works project in North America. The canal put New York on the map as the Empire State—the leader in population, industry, and economic strength. It transformed New York City into the nation’s principal seaport and opened the interior of North America to settlement. Find out more about ‘Clinton’s Ditch’ in this engaging presentation.

Registration for these programs is available here or by calling the library at 607-844-4782 during our open hours. Space is limited.  Programs start promptly at noon. A free light lunch will be served.