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      Education/Lectures, Misc. Events
      Saturday, Jan. 07, 2023, 9:00 am
      Education/Lectures, Misc. Events

      Experts in farming and soil scientists from Rhode Island and Connecticut will address topics such as Spraying Foliars, Compost and the Unseen World, Use of Plastics and Fabric for Weed Freeness, Managing Native Ecosystems around the Farm and Stewards of the Land: The Critical Role Livestock Managers Play in Soil Rejuvenation. And that’s just the first day!

      Sunday will feature farmers and soil scientists speaking about Balancing Crop Growth for Vitality and Abundance, Principals of Biological Systems, Dairy Farming, Plant Sap Analysis and Regenerative Agriculture Certifications. All of these topics pertain to improving agricultural practices so that food is more nutritious and soil fertility is ever-improving. Attendees will also get a clearer picture of why it is so important to buy from our local farmers.

      Community
      Saturday, Jan. 07, 2023, 9:30 am
      Community

      SATURDAYS

      Chess Club – 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Public Library of New London, 63 Huntington St., New London; all ages and abilities; free; (860) 447-1411

      Community
      Saturday, Jan. 07, 2023, 9:45 am
      Community

      SATURDAYS

      Gam-Anon – 9:45 a.m., virtual; dial in number 1-929-205-6099; ID number: 8198532703; passcode: 950764; gam-anon.org; gamanonforrecovery@gmail.com.

      Art Exhibits/Openings
      Saturday, Jan. 07, 2023, 11:00 am
      Art Exhibits/Openings

      Join the Lyman Allyn Art Museum for fun artful learning the first Saturday of every month. Be sure to explore the museum and exhibitions that inspire the projects. Remember to dress for mess!

      Time: 11 AM – 1 PM in the art studioCost: Free admission all day!

      January 7: Egyptian PrintsEgyptian Prints: Inspired by the works on view in Chromatopia: Stories of Color in Art, make a colorful print of an ancient Egyptian symbol.

      Education/Lectures
      Saturday, Jan. 07, 2023, 1:00 pm
      Education/Lectures

      On Saturday, January 7, at 1 PM, Bill Memorial Library will host a talk on Neurodiversity Superpowers with Michael Whitehouse. Many people think of ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and other forms of neurodiversity as disabilities. But Whitehouse disagrees. On his Neurodiversity Superpowers podcast, he has interviewed dozens of people who are successful not in spite of their neurodiversity but because of it. During this hour-long presentation, Whitehouse will share some of their stories and give tips on ways to embrace your own uniqueness.

      This hybrid program gives participants the option of attending in-person at the library or on Zoom. This program is free, and registration is required. Contact the library at 860-445-0392 for more information or to register.