Saranac Lake Library Luncheon Programs

Library Lunch Series
Fall 2015– Spring 2016
12 Noon
Saranac Lake Free Library

Nov. 5 Amy Bedard—Librarian/Archivist
Legacy of William H. Miner and Heart’s Delight Farm

Nov. 19 Lorraine Duvall—Author
Women Making Choices: Then and Now

Dec. 3 George Cook, MD
Medical Ethics

Dec. 17 Jubal Consort
Recorder Quartet

Jan. 7 Burdette Parks—Artist and Performer
All Wet In Fiji

Jan 21 Ginny West—Retired Ranger
Wildlife in Glacier National Park

Feb. 4 Marijke Ormel—Nurse Practitioner
Exploring Africa

Feb. 18 Cathy Hohmeyer—Executive Chef and Owner
Healthy Eating Without Dieting

March 3 Russ DeFonce—Furniture Maker/Artist/Former Economics Professor
Co-Owner Moose Maple Books and More
New Hope for the Dismal Science: A Vision of a New Economy

March 17 Emily Martz and Pete Benson
Celtic Music for St. Patrick’s Day

March 31 Phil Newton—Retired History Teacher
America and Canada in History: The Good and the Great

April 7 Jackie Foster—Ayureda and Yoga Specialist
Introduction to Ayurveda

April 21 Sandra Hildreth—Artist
Plein Air Painting and Wildlife Encounters

From November until the end of April, the Saranac Lake Free Library presents a Library Luncheon Series with featured speakers from all walks of life with interesting topics to relate. These informal sessions begin at noon in the Thomas B. Cantwell Community Room, generally lasting an hour. There is no entrance charge, and desserts and beverages are provided by the Hospitality Committee. All are welcome.