The first is on Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 11 a.m. and features Dr. Katherine Clements. Find out more about Dr. Clements here. By taking a virtual field trip she will show “historical land usage, human impacts, and how we can continue to protect our valuable natural resources for future generations.” Registration is available now https://scgovlibrary.librarymarket.com/events/lemon-bay-fest-ecology-englewood-zoom
If you’re familiar with Zoom technology you can join the meeting directly.
Zoom Meeting ID 881 2700 8220, Passcode 424965
We also have two drive-in movie events. These will be held at Dearborn Plaza on Friday (2/12/21) and Saturday (2/13/21) night. Thank you Friends of the Elsie Quirk Library and Englewood CRA for making this possible.
Register for Friday’s movie, “Cracker: The Last Cowboys of Florida” https://scgovlibrary.librarymarket.com/events/lemon-bay-fest-drive-movie-night-cracker-last-cowboys-florida
And Saturday’s movie, “Patrick Smith’s Florida: A Sense of Place” https://scgovlibrary.librarymarket.com/events/lemon-bay-fest-drive-movie-night-patrick-smiths-florida-sense-place
Want more outdoor action? Don’t forget about our photo scavenger hunt that takes you around Englewood. Hint: a short stroll down historic Dearborn Street will allow you to locate five of the locations and make you a winner. Of course there’s no reason to stop there. Find all the locations and have Zesty bragging rights. Pick up your clue book at the Elsie Quirk Library, Englewood Charlotte Library, or on the Lemon Bay Fest website (bit.ly/LBF2021). Submit your answers at either library or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org for a prize!