Invasion of the Alien Bugs!
Back by popular demand! Well, not the bugs but the program!
June 8th, Thursday 7pm to 8pm – for all ages
This FREE program is about the threat that the Asian Longhorned Beetle, Emerald Ash Borer and Hemlock Woolly Adelgid are to Vermont’s trees and economy.
Learn how to identify these three major pests (samples of dead bugs), how to identify signs of their presence, how to help prevent infestations caused by the movement of firewood, and what to do if you see one of the invaders.
Hand-outs to help in identification will be available for all participants to take home. Bug tattoos for everyone!
This program will be led by Carolyn & Gary Katz, with materials and information gleaned from a University of Vermont Extension Service seminar.
Make time on your summer schedule for this fun activity!
Caitlin Baker is a middle school teacher from Natick, MA. She grew up in Brattleboro, and was active in both the BUHS theatre department and the New England Youth Theater. She holds a BA in theater and a M.Ed. in secondary education from UMass Amherst. Her theater credits include The New Renaissance Players and the Hampshire Shakespeare Company. For the past two years she has been studying improvisation with Pam Victor of Happier Valley Comedy and recently at ImprovBoston. She is a cast member of ComedyCazi, independent sketch and improv troupe that performs in Davis Square.
Caitin is offering an intensive improv comedy workshop from July 5th – 7th. The cost is $15 per day per student, with an additional $10 for the culminating performance. The workshop is open to ages 8 to 99. Students will be taught the foundations of improv, and will have the opportunity to deliver a fast-paced short form performance. The workshop sessions will take place in the Gallery at the Moore Free Library.
Please call the Library, 365-7948 or email email@example.com to register or to obtain further information.
The Board of Trustees of the Moore Free Library in Newfane is proud to announce this year’s recipients of a Robert L. Crowell Scholarship. These yearly awards total $12,000 and are to qualified students residing in Newfane, Williamsville, South Newfane and Brookline who will be entering their first year of college, trade or vocational school. Moore Free Library Board thanks the Crowell Family for their generous support of the Newfane community.
The students, along with the college they will be attending this Fall, are:
Skyler Nupp – Hartford School of Art
Evan Daigneault – Johnson State
Caitlin Garry – Albany College of Pharmacy
Max Cramp – Curry College
Congratulations and good luck to these students in their future endeavors!
Another reason for the word FREE in Moore Free Library:
Over 500 online classes available to our patrons, free to use anytime & anywhere! Go to our website – moorefreelibrary.wordpress.com and click on Continuing Education Classes. Call or email the Library for more info.
MOUNTAIN LIONS IN NEW ENGLAND
MAY 19 6PM
MOORE FREE LIBRARY
Bill Betty, presenter
Bill has been keeping track of mountain lions in New England for over 43 years and has had more than a dozen encounters with nature’s perfect predator. His entertaining and educational talk covers all aspects of cougar behavior, tracking, sightings, maps, and even includes some humorous slides.
The program last 60 minutes. FREE ADMISSION.