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This is a virtual Zoom program for adults/teens. Email Kim in order to receive the link to attend. The library will provide the ingredients for the program which can be picked up ahead of time. You will also receive a list of additional supplies as well as the recipe.
In time for Thanksgiving, join us for an online baking program. Just like our popular in-person baking programs, we'll all create the pies in real time together. Then you'll just need to bake them on your own for a tasty reward! Will look similar to the photo from the Feel Good Foodie blog.
This is a virtual Zoom program. Email Kim in order to receive the link to attend.
Photo courtesy of Chelle Blais.
The Bimini Biological Field Station Foundation (BBFSF) is a world-leading research station that primarily studies the shark and ray species found cruising the shallow waters around Bimini, Bahamas. Founded by Dr. Samuel Gruber in 1990, BBFSF, also known as the Bimini Shark Lab, main missions are to advance the scientific communities knowledge about the biology of sharks and rays, aid in conservation and education initiatives, and to disseminate research results to a wider audience.
In this program, participants will get to learn why sharks are important for our oceans, the major threats facing declining shark populations globally, and how the Shark Lab's current research projects are hoping to aid and inform conservation strategies, management, and policy. You'll also learn how they conduct research on these incredible animals and answer any questions you might have about sharks!
Currently all in-person, inside the library programs are on hiatus until further notice due to Covid-19.
Kids can stop in to talk math with Ms. Stefanie. There will be homework help available, time for additional math questions and even some math appreciation -- games, activities or books -- depending on the time available.
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