Library News & Announcements
Everyone has kitchen scraps, clippings from house and garden plants, leaves and brush available for recycling from our homes and gardens. Why not take some time and a little effort to turn these resources into compost? Gardeners call compost “black gold”. By adding just a half inch layer of compost to your soil is a perfect way to grow better flowers and vegetables. The topic of vermicompost (worm culture) will also be covered. Join Rutgers Master Gardener Wing-Yee Pavlosky … Continue reading
Discover the truth about wolves, their behaviors and communication skills, in this educational program on Thursday, May 11 at 7PM Representatives from Howling Woods Farm will discuss the place of wolves in history and culture, as well as current wolf management policies, in a 45 minute slide/audio show followed by a meet and greet with two dogs, who are true descendants of wolves, Samson and Kotori. Samson was in the Disney movie ‘Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ with Nicholas Cage. Howling Wolf Farms facilitates … Continue reading
Yes, there are deer resistant plants. Wondering how to make your garden look its best? Come on Thursday, May 18 at 6:30PM where Mark Zukovich of Sterling Horticulture Services, will discuss how to “deer proof” your garden. There will be plenty of time for all your questions! Registration is requested. Call the library at 973-584-2400 ext. 501 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
SAVE THE DATE – Friendly reminder that book collection for the Friends of the Roxbury Public Library September book sale will be August 22 – August 30, 2017.