The Grange turns INSIDE / OUT this fall to provide movies, lectures, music and more via Zoom and other digital platforms. To help keep everyone healthy, we’ll be presenting great programs that you can be part of wherever you are.
Lyceum lecture #6, Tuesday, Nov. 17th at 7PM: Climate change is happening: Ice on our lakes has been forming later and melting earlier. The main basin of Lake Champlain failed to freeze completely only 3 times during the 19th century. Now it is ice-free more often than not. Our wildlife is responding to earlier springs, from migrating salamanders to robins. Local weather stations show that our rainstorms are becoming stronger. What does this mean for the flora, fauna and people of our region? Dr. Curt Stager, author, researcher, and professor at Paul Smith’s College, will look at current data and research in the Adirondacks.
The Zoom Event is Free and Open to the public, but registration is required. Links may be found at the Grange’s Website www.thegrangehall.info
This series is underwritten by the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Adirondack Foundation, ‘Dedicated to improving the quality of life for year-round residents of the Adirondack Park’ www.pearsallfoundation.org.
This is the final Lecture in the Fall Lyceum Series. Visit www.thegrangehall.info for additional links and information.
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