Every year, the District hosts a variety of events, bringing the community and members together, to celebrate the arts and culture while building a deeper connection within the community.
Autumn in Massachusetts is filled with seasonal wonders and mysteries unique to our state. Why do leaves change color and fall off their trees? What animals are rustling through those crunchy, fallen leaves, and what are they doing? Why don’t we hear birds, crickets, and bees anymore?
This program, presented by the Bacon Free Library, will introduce the seasonal dynamics of the nature of Massachusetts in fall, including the plants and animals that experience it. You’ll also leave with ideas and suggestions for observing, appreciating, and supporting nature near home.
Patti Steinman is the Senior Teacher/Naturalist at Arcadia and the Connecticut River Valley Wildlife Sanctuaries. Patti has worked at Mass Audubon for over 30 years, overseeing and teaching environmental education programs for all ages. Patti has an MS from Antioch New England in Environmental Studies.
This program will be held over Zoom. Please register at the Bacon Free Library to receive the link.