Looking to learn something new? The Livingston Public Library has a wide variety of virtual lectures for every interest. Here’s a sneak peak of what you can look forward to during the month of March.
Please note: registration is required for virtual events and you can do so via the Library’s event calendar. An email with information on how to access the Zoom event will be sent to you the day before the program.
Art lecturer Mario Medici will present an art talk focusing on three women artists from this time period: Georgia Totto O’Keeffe, Mary Stevenson Cassatt, and Hildreth Meiere.
In partnership with The Department of Family and Community Health Sciences (FCHS), a part of Rutgers Cooperative Extension, this program will discuss sugar – an ingredient that has become increasingly present in American diets. In this workshop you will learn how your health may be affected by excess sugar, the differences between natural and added sugars, how and where to find sugars in the foods you eat, and how to figure out just how much sugar you are eating.
Join Rick Feingold as he presents an engaging lecture revolving around the Alexander Hamilton musical, with special focus on the Schuyler Sisters.
Celebrate the arrival of spring with instructor Jenny Santa Maria, who will talk about and demonstrate the art of Pysanky, also known as Ukrainian egg decorating.
Journalist and author John Holl, will examine beer styles and ingredients, and how it works with how dishes are prepared, sauces it might use, accompaniments and more.
In partnership with the Center for Asian Health (CAH )at the St Barnabas Medical Center and the Rutgers Cancer Institute of NJ (CINJ), this lecture will discuss foods that can help to maintain good colorectal health and act to prevent cancer. This lecture will also discuss current cancer screening guidelines for colorectal health.
Writer and education Vanessa Young will teach you tips, strategies, and recipes for delicious weekly meals. She will cover stretching meals creatively over multiple days, delicious flavor combinations, kitchen organization, and simple strategies that work whether you are cooking for one or a crowd.
We hope to see you at one of these lectures!
-Jessica, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian