Upcoming March Lectures!

Are you looking to learn something new this March? Attend one of the Livingston Public Library’s lectures! 

VIRTUAL America’s First Ladies: The Good, the Bad, and the Strangely Forgotten 

Monday, March 14 at 7pm | Register HERE

In this fascinating illustrated lecture, historian Leslie Goddard, Ph.D., explores which First Ladies have rated highest and lowest with historians. She will use the Siena College Research Institute’s 2014 First Ladies Study as a jumping-off point to explore how different first ladies have been assessed and why.

HYBRID Yayoi Kusama: The Moment is Imminent

Monday, March 21 at 7pm | Register to attend via Zoom HERE

This talk by Janet Mandel will discuss Yayoi Kusama’s  long and productive life and examine her extraordinary work. This program is open to all and will take place as a hybrid program– both in-person and virtually on Zoom. Registration is not required if attending in-person, but is required if attending on Zoom.

 

HYBRID Bloodroot, Bluebells, and Butterflies: Spring Beauties for Biodiversity

Wednesday, March 23 at 7pm | Register to attend via Zoom HERE

In this workshop presented by Master Gardener Deb Ellis, you will learn how to grow the beautiful and unusual flowers of the spring native garden and how they sustain native bees and butterflies early in the season. This program is open to all and will take place as a hybrid program– both in-person and virtually on Zoom. Registration is not required if attending in-person, but is required if attending on Zoom. 

IN-PERSON Writing and Publishing 

Wednesday, March 23 at 7pm | More Information 

Are you an aspiring or beginning writer? Are you curious about what you need to know to get started? Join us at the Livingston Public Library, where Dr. Mark Vogel will present the basics of writing and publishing. Registration is not required for this in-person event. 

VIRTUAL Dorothea Lange: Pioneer of Photo Journalism 

Monday, March 28 at 7pm | REGISTER HERE

This virtual examination of Lange’s life and oeuvre by art enthusiast and educator Sylvia Laudien-Meo will show how throughout her career Lange was keenly aware of the power of words which could “extend, buttress, illuminate, and explain the photograph” in form of captions, but could also increasingly be ‘found’ in our environment in form of advertisements, signs etc., adding to a picture’s story.

IN-PERSON Beekeeping and Harvesting Honey 101

Wednesday, March 30 at 11am | More Information 

Join local beekeeper Lior Shliechkorn, as he gives you an introduction into the fascinating world of beekeeping and harvesting of honey.

We hope to see you at these events!

-Jessica, Interim Head of Adult Services & Acquisitions

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