Saturday February 23, 2013
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Interested in farm-fresh eggs sourced straight from your backyard? Hanover Farm‘s head farmer Brett Alcaro will walk you through all you need to know to start your own brood of backyard chickens. Registration is required; $20 per person, $5 for children ages 8-12.
Saturday, February 23rd
7:00 – 9:30pm
Get to know Friends of Karen and enjoy an event co-hosted by the creative, ConsciousWine. Tickets are just $75 — reserve now on our secure website as space is limited!
Sunday February 24th
Application Assistance: 3PM
Q&A with the Energy Coach and 3 local energy efficiency contractors: 4:00PM – 5:30PM
An informative seminar led by energy expert Norm Jen of EnergizeNY and local energy efficiency contractors: Michael DeCandia of EcoHome Construction, LLC, Mario Bruni of Bruni and Campisi, Larry Nissman of Phoenix Mechanical, who will help homeowners to understand how their homes leak energy, how they can fix them – and how to take advantage of state incentives to pay for it. Registration is required, RSVP with the Lewisboro Library by phone (914) 763-3857
Sunday, February 24, 4 PM
Alex Shoumatoff, renowned author and historian, will present the history of the great estates of Northern Westchester, particularly South Salem, and how these estates influenced local conservation efforts. Admission is free.
Fri, March 01, 2013
6:30pm – 7:30pm
FOOD: On the food side: Meet your local producers, retailers, educators who are working to build a food infrastructure for us all. ENERGY: A short panel presentation will share the opportunities for involvement in local Energy improvements (alternative and efficiency and infrastructure). Registration is required and tickets cost $5 per person.
Saturday, March 2
8:30 am to 5:00 pm
The 2013 Winter Conference brings into focus the challenges of adjusting to climate change for farmers, gardeners and consumers. Join them to discuss the future of sustainable farming and celebrate local food.
Friday, March 8th
The Lewisboro Library’s series of environmental-themed films with discussions continues. “Dear Governor Cuomo” documents the response to the news that Governor Andrew Cuomo might lift the four-year moratorium against hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in New York state. There is a suggested donation of $5 per person, to fund viewing license fees. Registration is required, RSVP the Lewisboro Library at 914-763-3857