September is full of birding events in Lafayette! You can birdwatch at Greenlee Wildlife Preserve, celebrate bird migration at Waneka Lake, or discover the changes in feathered fauna in our region on September 8, 10:30 am at Lafayette Public Library. If that’s not enough, never fear: the library has lots of books to keep you inspired and informed! Continue reading Lafayette Birding
“Grandparents as Nature Guides for Grandchildren,” June 27, 2-4 pm @ the Library, is a talk and hands-on workshop for grandparents who want to spend time outdoors with grandkids. Space is limited! Register online. We’ll provide ideas, information and inspiration for becoming “Nature Mentors” for grandchildren and other young people, including information about Lafayette Open Spaces and resources.
To learn more about this intriguing program, Martin Ogle, Education Coordinator/Naturalist with Lafayette Open Space, discusses the 2-part series with Rob Burdine, Superintendent of Lafayette Open Space.
Looking for newer picture books for gifts or fresh reading material from the library? Our staff has some great ideas for you….