Natural Landscaping Program
Events
Many garden plants are becoming invasive in our waterways and gardens.  Help preserve biodiversity and save our native plants.  Come learn what alternative plants we can use in our Adirondack gardens.  Julie Nathanson of the Warren County Cooperative Extension will share information on this …
Find Water Data for Rockwell Falls
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You can watch a short video of what Rockwell Falls looked like on April 15th, 2008.  The water was so high the falls were flat. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rK-CXFsGKk This next video is taken on the other side of the bridge that overlooks the waterfalls. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EumVhDXb5N8 Below you can get data on how high the water …
April Art Show
Monthly Artist
Carole Williams has art on display in the community room this month.  She retired from IBM as an Illustrator Specialist.  Drawing and painting have been a life long hobby.  She now enjoys woodburning, gourd art, oils, and acrylics.  Carole specializes in pet portraits, rendered in …
April Book Club Meeting
2nd Thursday Book Club
The next book club meeting is on Tuesday April 8th.  The club will be discussing the book Tailspin by Bernard Conners.   The book they will be picking up on Tuesday is The Pearl diver by Jeff Talarigo.  A first novel of rare beauty and sensitivity, …
North Country Wild Care
Events
Wildlife rehabilitator Karin Badey of Lake Luzerne will be the guest speaker on Tuesday April 22nd.  North Country Wild Care provides education, training of wildlife rehabilitors, as well as educating the public and taking part in wildlife research.  Learn what we should and shouldn't …
Tuesday’s Book Club Meeting
2nd Thursday Book Club
March 11th at 6:30 is the next book club meeting.  They will be discussing the last 2 books and picking up, "Tailspin" by Bernard F. Conners.  In this extraordinary book, best selling author and former FBI agent Conners combines the instincts of a "literary …
March Local Artist
Monthly Artist
We have photos by Nelson Bosford in the community room for the month of March.  Nelson is a 1975 graduate of Hadley-Luzerne Central School.  Nelson has traveled around the country, working for Yellowstone National Park and for the University at Berkeley in California.  He has been an avid …