The Albert Wisner Public Library announces three new programs for adults. The programs have been adapted for presentation for the community participation and enjoyment. Although the building is currently closed these virtual programs make it possible “to meet, discover, learn and connect” at the Library. All programs will be presented online via Zoom video conferencing.
Spring Frog Identification: Wed., May 13 at 7 p.m. Become familiar with common frog and toad species of New York State, and learn to identify them by sight and sound. This program will be presented by Pam Golben and the Orange County Audubon Society.
Online Discussion of The Documentary Film “Dirt! The Movie” (2009): Tues., May 19 at 7 p.m. Earth is the only planet in the known universe that has a living, breathing skin, called dirt. Dirt, also known as soil, teems with life that makes our own lives possible. This award-winning documentary (2009) narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis features stunning photography and commentary by people around the world working to preserve dirt. Watch the film before the discussion on Netflix or at https://www.filmsforaction.org/watch/dirt-the-movie/.
Chair Yoga: Wed., May 20 at 11a.m. Join Sara Gallman for virtual chair yoga, an excellent way to loosen and stretch painful muscles, reduce stress and improve circulation.
Registration is necessary for participation in these Zoom video conferencing programs. To register visit www.albertwisnerlibrary.org and click on “Virtual Library,” scroll down to the program listing. Click on the registration link. An email address is necessary for registration and participation. Registrants will be sent an invitation to participate in the Zoom meetings.