Date/TimeSaturday, January 19, 2013
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Saturday, January 19th, ‘Nature Book Spelunking’, 10:00am to 11:30am
As i sit here witnessing a beautiful sunny morning through giant falling snowflakes on this cold day in january, i wonder about the weather for the rest of the month. Instead of risking a visit from Jack Frost on an outdoor adventure, we are being hosted by the Wolfville Library to explore nature writing. We will be taken on a literary journey by Angela Reynolds, the Head of Youth Services for the Annapolis Valley Regional Library. She will detail how to locate great books on your favourite nature themes, & perhaps read a few too. About what would you like to read – identifying spruce beetle damage; the lifecycles of salamanders; which animal pollinates all the apple trees in the valley; the ebb & flow of the Bay of Fundy? How do you find a book about something so specific? Join us & find out!
when: 10:00am to 11:30am
where: Wolfville Library
what to bring: ideas about your favourite things in nature
those interested in going, please pre-register with Deann MacLean, firstname.lastname@example.org, as there is a space limit of 15 children. please contact me if there are any questions. :)