The Greenwood Lake Public Library, located at 79 Waterstone Rd. in Greenwood Lake, will welcome back the Orange County Poet Laureate (2017-19), Robert Milby, and educator/inventor Jerry Schneider with programs that will get patrons in the spirit of the upcoming Halloween season.
Gothic & Ghostly Poetry
Robert Milby will present “Gothic and Ghostly Poetry” on Sun., Oct. 21 from 12 to 2 p.m. Robert will be give a timely collection of spooky poetry for the Halloween season, joined by Margaret Fox, Alyta Adams, Christopher P. Gazeent, Ariana Den Bleyker, and Walter Worden. He will also welcome local poets as the program will include an open mic period for those who wish to participate.
Bats: Sounds in Silence
The Library will welcome Jerry Schneider on Thurs., Nov. 8 from 7 to 8 p.m. Jerry will present “Bats: Sounds in Silence” and will facilitate a discussion of the exotic world of bats. He will answer questions such as: “Why can’t we hear them?” and “Are bats blind?” He will explain that there is no need to be afraid of these animals and that they are actually vital to maintaining a healthy environment.
To register for either of these programs, stop by the Library, call 477-8377, ext. 101, or visit www.gwllibrary.org.