UNION — Vose Library will host complementary classes for children to study Maine’s Bark and Buds at the library at 392 Common Road.

University of Maine 4-H’s Kathryn Jensen will talk about our natural world and the anticipation of spring and the awakening of Maine’s forest and landscape at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12. Children will work with Jensen to study the observational connections between organisms and their environment.Robin Huntley, M.Ed., will join Vose from Dirigo Learning to conduct a hands-on museum curation workshop, guiding students in collecting and labeling specimens to create the library’s Bark and Buds Hands-on Museum at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16.  This museum will be on display for one month in the Children’s Room.

Those who attend are encouraged to dress warm, weather permitting. These classes will be held outdoors.
To register for one class or both, call 785-4733.

 


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