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Upcoming Zoom Lectures at the Library!

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Upcoming Zoom Lectures at the Library!

Do you miss sitting in the Library’s program room and listening to lectures on a wide array of various subjects?  If so, we have some exciting news! The Livingston Public Library will be hosting lectures via Zoom.  Here are some upcoming lectures that you can look forward to.

Ornamental and Edible Flowers 

Why limit your garden space to plants that are simply attractive and eye catching? This lecture presented by Althea LLewellyn, Environmental Educator at the Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit, NJ, will teach you all you need to know about growing edible flowers that are both pleasing to the eyes and to the palate!  You’ll even learn how to make candied flower petals.

Registration is required for this event, and can be done so here. The day before the event, an email will be sent out to registrants regarding the Zoom login information.

Home Office Ergonomics

Learn how to make your at home workplace both comfortable and safe! Lori Lucas, PT, DPT Work Strategies Coordinator and center manager of Kessler Rehabilitation Center in Phillipsburg will share tips on proper workstation ergonomics and basic stretches you can do intermittently to relieve postural stresses on the strained tissues.

Registration is required for this event, and can be done so here. The day before the event, an email will be sent out to registrants regarding the Zoom login information.

KonMari Method™ for Peace During Uncertain Times

During this lecture, KonMari certified professional organizer, Cassidy Nasello will be showing us how to use the KonMari Method™, made famous by Marie Kondo,  to create a multi-functional home that  can bring you peace and flexibility as a family.

Registration is required for this event, and can be done so here. The day before the event, an email will be sent out to registrants regarding the Zoom login information.

Demystifying Trees: Identify the Trees in Your Yard

Do you wish that you could better identify our local northern NJ trees? In this lecture presented by the NJ Audubon, you’ll learn how to get started in the basics of tree identification.

Registration is required for this event, and can be done so here. The day before the event, an email will be sent out to registrants regarding the Zoom login information.

We hope to see you (virtually) at these programs!

-Jessica, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian 

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