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. Bring lunch if you like; desserts and beverages are provided by the Hospitality Committee. The programs are free. All are welcome.
Library Lunch Series Fall 2019 - Spring 2020
November 7 - Scenes from Saranac Lake History – 1870 to 1970
November 21 - The Adirondack Sky Center and Observatory
December 5 - Backpacking and Paddling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
December 19 - The Globalization of Goodwill - Creating Connection One Postcard at a Time
January 9 - ADK Mushrooms Through the Seasons
January 23 - From Cabin Fever to Prehistoric Park:30 Years of Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Slideshow
February 20 - Finding True North – A History of One Small Corner of the Adirondacks
March 5 - The Politics of Climate Change
Joseph Henderson, Ph D
March 19 - A Season in Shangri-la: a Medical Journey to Bhutan
Steve Sonnenberg, MD
April 2 - What Would a Woodpecker Do?
April 16 - Wild Places and the People Who Protect Them - from the Adirondack Park to Patagonia