Saturday, January 25, 2020⋅11:00am – 12:00pm
A little prep goes a long way when you are headed outside for a wintertime adventure. What should a winter explorer consider before hitting the trails? We’ll talk about packing the ten essentials, finding a spot to spend the night, and how your frame of mind is key to your survival. Class size is limited, so call the Library to register or email Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Class taught by Jocelyn Duffy.
Jocelyn has over a decade of experience developing and presenting programs about nature, science, and history for federal, state, and regional organizations. She has degrees in information technology, library science, and natural resource management and enjoys exploring the places where people and the environment come together. Jos works on the help desk and also works as a program coordinator. She runs the Short Reads book group and our popular survival series programming.